[OS X TeX] CharacterPal & Symbols

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Fri Jan 5 13:13:37 CET 2007

Am 05.01.2007 um 03:03 schrieb Bruno Voisin:

> (did you ever suspect ⌘ was "⌘"?)

No! I knew it ...

There is another application that I use. It could also be useful for  
XeTeX users, because you can search either with a code point or parts  
of the Unicode name for a particular character that does not appear  
– well, not exactly in the font you decided to use in the XeTeX  
document, but at least you'll see that the font does not have this  
character. Unicode Checker (http://earthlingsoft.net/UnicodeChecker/)  
offers Mac OS X services to convert text between different  
representations in programming languages (HTML, XHTML, CSS, Java). It  
is missing some TeX support, and his author is quite open to  
suggestions ...



Ce qui été compris n'existe plus.    (Paul Eluard)

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