Fonts

Help, special characters! – Unicode fonts

A service from special characters help

Of course Unicode compatibility alone is useless if afterwards in the text suddenly empty boxes, question marks or characters from another font appear.

Latin-Unicode fonts are for example (in alphabetical order / latest tested version):

Arial (2007)

the Brill (?)

Calibri (?)

Code2000 (2008)

Charis SIL (2014)

DejaVu Fonts (2015)

Doulos SIL (2014)

Everson Mono (2014)

FreeSerif (2012)

Gentium Plus (2014)

GNU Unifont (2014)

Junicode (2012)

Linux Libertine (2012)

Microsoft Sans Serif (2009)

RomanCyrillic Std (2011)

Segoe UI (2009)

Tahoma (2009)

Times New Roman (2008)