Thanks - MS Mincho looks interesting.
What I found, though, was that some of the punctuation doesn't appear as
expected. For example a ')' appears as a centralised dot and a '\' appears as a
Yen symbol. Not terribly good for writing PERL !
Also - the glyphs looked slightly different : do you know if it's a big- or
little-endian UTF-16 font or a UTF-8 font ?
Ideally I'd like to use a UTF-8 font.
Apparently there's an MS Gothic ...
Martin Duerst <duerst(_at_)w3(_dot_)org> wrote: At 17:25 01/11/20 +0100,
Philip Newton wrote:
PS: Does anyone know of - even an odd looking
It would look really, really, odd.
- Fixed pitch Unicode font
including Western European, CJK, Cyrillic and Greek glyphs (ie: most Left
to Right data) ? It's not for an end-user, it's for techies like myself,
so it doesn't need to be brilliant, just more distinctive than a set of
squares or blocks !
I think MS Mincho (that came with Japanese language pack for MSIE 3.0, I
think) is fixed-width and has Western, Cyrillic, and Greek glyphs --
and, of course, a large assortment of CJK. But I've only used it for CJK
so I can't say for sure.
Yes, some font covering Japanese would be a good start. You would have
to copy the glyphs used for fullwith ASCII to also be used for plain
ASCII, and then add whatever else is missing.
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