Sounds simple enough (and useful) to me, and I'm not sure I agree with e-letter's objection above,
Instead of the current theoretical maximum of 2000 page to search for a
rarely used glyph, whose position is known, you'd have to search through
25000 pages for a glyph whose position is both unknown, and unknowable
to all, except the creator of the font palette.
Someone with more indepth knowledge care to comment on the feasibility of this?
My suggestion is that an extension be made, either "forking" the
Thunderbird extension _abcTajpu_, or one that requires the user add
their 20-40 most used glyphs.
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