Proszę przenieść post do odpowiedniego działu,ponieważ temat jest zamknięty.September 23, 2020
- Improved the Emoji Lookup tool (previously called "Emoji Data"), and added the ability to filter emoji based on their name or description.
September 14, 2021
- Updated Unicode data for Unicode 14.0.0 data.
- Updated Emoji data for Emoji 14.0.
- For colour fonts (COLR/CPAL format only), polychromatic glyphs are now rendered in colour (NB colours are rendered using RGB values, and so the alpha component is not supported). Colour glyphs are automatically shown for single characters with colour definitions (typically emoji) in the following contexts: in the character grid of the character map, for the magnified character in the character map popup window (right-click on a cell in the character grid), in the export font glyphs utility, in the composite font mapping sample text, in the font analysis sample text, and for the font-provided sample text in the font information utility. Colour glyphs, including colour glyphs for emoji sequences and emoji ZWJ sequences, are optionally supported (on by default) for the display of the selected emoji in the emoji lookup utility (however complex emoji sequences which rely on contextual substitution and positioning are not rendered correctly as a single glyph). The character map edit buffer will also show colour glyphs when available in the font if "Simple Rendering" is checked (complex rendering uses the Uniscribe API which does not support polychromatic rendering). The main BabelPad edit window supports simple colour emoji in Simple Rendering mode (Ctrl+0), but at present colour emoji sequences (e.g. country and regional flag emoji sequences, and emoji for complex family groupings) are not supported in either simple or complex rendering mode.
- Extended the function to convert Precomposed Tibetan (Set A) to standard Unicode Tibetan text to cover both GB/T 20542-2006 (Tibetan coded character set — Extension A) and GB/T 22238-2008 (Tibetan coded character set — Extension B). The Extension B mappings are based on Repertoire/20542-22238.txt by Kushim Jiang, with clusters normalized to NFKD with Tibetan characteristics, and a number of corrections applied (mostly for incorrect reversed gigu). I have not proof-checked all the mappings against the GB/T code charts, so there may still be some mapping errors.
- Removed the function to convert standard Unicode Tibetan text to Precomposed Tibetan (Set A) as defined in GB/T 20542-2006.
- Added support for Tangut numbers in the Sum Columns function (not previously supported because Unicode data does not currently include numeric values for Tangut characters).
- Added Font Revision, Created, and Modified fields from the Head table to the Font Information dialog.
- Added button in the Font Information dialog which opens a separate dialog which lists all font tables in the font.
- Added button in the Font Information dialog which opens a separate dialog which lists all OpenType features defined in the font.
- Fixed -font command line parameter (was not automatically selecting the specified font).
- Fixed loading an uninstalled font from the command line (was installing the font but not automatically selecting it).