On 10/14/13 1:30 PM, James Knott wrote:
Ken Springer wrote:
Back in the 8-bit computer days, it was easy to find simple charts for
various things, like this simple ASCII font chart.
LMAO!!! Forgot to include the link!
Does anyone know of a similar simple chart for modern/contemporary
fonts? Everything I've found so far, for charts, are far more complex
than I'm looking for.
One of the things that's making what you want more difficult to find is
unicode. Unicode supports many thousands of characters, so it's a large
table. You can search on unicode to find the tables. However, you may
be going about this the wrong way. Is there a specific set of
characters, such as for another language? If so, you can enable other
keyboard layouts and switch among them. For example, I have
International English enabled so that I can get a variety of symbols and
also the Greek layout for characters that are commonly used in
electronics. I just press <Ctl><Shift> to switch.
I know it's going to be more complicated, but I'm thinking more of just
English for typography purposes, general writing and not technical writing.
An explanation is here:
A different keyboard layout is something that hadn't occurred to me. I
may have to check that out later.
Mac OS X 10.8.5
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