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*To*: bkph@ai.mit.edu*Subject*: Re: Unicode and math symbols*From*: Chris Rowley <C.A.Rowley@open.ac.uk>*Date*: Fri, 28 Feb 1997 19:16:56 GMT*Cc*: mduerst@ifi.unizh.ch, BNB@math.ams.org, tex-font@math.utah.edu*Flags*: 000000000000*In-Reply-To*: <199702281831.NAA08338@kauai.ai.mit.edu>*References*: <199702281745.RAA21644@fell.open.ac.uk> <199702281831.NAA08338@kauai.ai.mit.edu>

Berthold Just a few questions to you to clarify matters: Does this dependence of OSs on the Unicode standard mean that whenever Unicode changes, everyone needs a new version of the OS or just new font-files, or what? > BUT: what they consider not to be in UNICODE is not accessible. by "not in" do you mean that if a slot is empty in what that OS thinks is the Unicode encoding then I cannot access a glyph in that slot in any font? So how does one use Poetica on NT? Thanks And, if anyone knows, does plan 9 also have font-encodings hard-wired like this? chris

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