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10 May 2011


Ryan nice article I like the idea. As you've probably noticed in writing it, support for Unicode is far from consistent across platforms and applications. That's why you'll see the ? in place of a character you wanted to look like an 'A'. You'll likely get different results in different Web browsers, mobile devices, and operating systems. The situation is further complicated by the fact that some characters only have glyphs available in certain fonts. The remedy would be to reduce the set of confusables to a known safe set mapped to fonts that you can depend on.

-Chris Weber

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