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Mathematical Pi & Unicode

Nov 11, 2012 7:13 PM

Tags: #font #unicode #mathematical

What Unicode code points are covered by the font Mathematical Pi? Would you help answer http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13188587 as to how to map its customary codes like H11001 to Unicode like U+002B? -- minopret

 
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    Nov 12, 2012 1:26 AM   in reply to minopret

    I could be wrong, but I don't think there's an official correspondence table.

     

    Using the six Type 1 fonts and the OpenType font that was made out of them, I've assembled two PDFs which show all the glyphs. Next to them are the glyph names (for the Type 1 fonts) and the Unicode value(s) (for the OpenType font). If you cross reference these two PDFs, you should be able to assemble the correlation list you're looking for.

     

    Mathematical Pi 1-6 PDF

    Mathematical Pi Std PDF

     

    Here are the InDesign IDML files as well, in case you need them.

     

    Mathematical Pi 1-6 IDML

    Mathematical Pi Std IDML

     

    Hope this helps.

     

    Miguel

     
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