[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 ...


--
Greetings

   Pete

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



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