[POLL] Using the Unicode Private Use Area

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Do you ever use Unicode Private Use Area mappings in your fonts?

I never use Private Use Area mappings
3
100%
I only use the Microsoft fi and fl at U+F001 and U+F002
0
No votes
I only use my own Private Use Area allocations
0
No votes
I use some from the ConScript Unicode Registry
0
No votes
I use some from the golden ligatures collection
0
No votes
I use my own Private Use Area allocations and some from the ConScript Unicode Registry
0
No votes
I use my own Private Use Area allocations and some from the golden ligatures collection
0
No votes
I use some from the ConScript Unicode Registry and some from the golden ligatures collection
0
No votes
I use my own Private Use Area allocations and some from the ConScript Unicode Registry and some from the golden ligatures collection
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 3

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[POLL] Using the Unicode Private Use Area

Post by William » Sat May 20, 2006 1:58 pm

This is my first attempt at producing a poll in this forum.

In order to vote you need to be logged on. Once logged on please access the poll page and then, if you so choose, please vote.

If you use Private Use Area mappings from other sources please post about them.

Posts about all aspects of using the Unicode Private Use Area are also welcome.

The ConScript Unicode Registry is introduced and indexed at the following web page.

http://www.evertype.com/standards/csur/index.html

Please see the note in http://www.evertype.com/sc2wg2.html about the ConScript Unicode Registry which states "Nothing in the CSUR has any official status of any kind, but it is fun.".

The golden ligatures collection is introduced and indexed at the following web page.

http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~ngo/golden.htm

William Overington

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