Re: Unicode Fonts
|From:||Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, May 18, 2002, 7:56|
On 18 May 02, at 9:12, Kala Tunu wrote:
> sorry all to ask this again but i forgot how to type unicode
> extra-fonts like on Windows, Frontpage, etc. should i set first
> Windows to a specific font type like "cyrillic" or else, and how?
Not sure what you mean by that.
> what keys should i type simultaneously to get the
> extra viet accents and squiggles?
That'll depend on your software. For example, Microsoft Word 97 (the
first version to support Unicode AFAIK) has some keyboard shortcuts for
> AltGr+U+nnn or Alt+nnn? or what else?
Maybe you need a Unicode capable editor? For example, UniPad (
http://www.unipad.org/ ) lets you select funny characters by clicking
on the character map, or you could write \unnn and then select all the
text and choose "convert \uxxxx to Unicode".
In HTML, you could convert nnn to decimal and then write &#xxx; .
Hope this helps a little. Unicode is still a bit complex because
different programs use it differently, so what I use may not be of help
Philip Newton <Philip.Newton@...>