[PD] unicode symbols and Pd
ingo at miamiwave.com
Sun Jan 17 20:16:38 CET 2021
[8983( works for me on Windows7 64-bit with Pd 0.51.1.
It doesn't work with Debian 9.5 32-bit with 0.49.
I don't know why but I need it to work on my Linux machines and not on
164 looks better than the dollar sign. I might use that as well.
I went through them all and couldn't decide so far . . .
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> From: Pd-list [mailto:pd-list-bounces at lists.iem.at] On Behalf Of oliver
> Sent: Sunday, January 17, 2021 7:41 PM
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> Subject: Re: [PD] unicode symbols and Pd
> > BTW, I just tried replacing the pound sign [35( with unicode [8983(
> > which is a pound sign for telephones.
> > This works on the current Pd 0.51
> how so ?
> on my machines (win, debian) ASCII code is still wrapped between 0 and 255,
> like always. so sending ASCII 8983 to [list tosymbol] outputs the same
> as ASCII 23. (I'm on PD 0.51.2)
> BTW, i use ASCII 164 as a (well, rather unsatisfying) replacement for ASCII
> And yes, I agree it would be great if canvases would allow this character to
> displayed correctly.
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