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Leo Broukhis leob at
Fri Jan 24 22:31:37 CST 2014

Hi Philippe,

I have no relation to the project; you may want to leave your feedback
directly on the site.


On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 9:14 AM, Philippe Verdy <verdy_p at> wrote:

> The bad thung is that the whole BMP is loaded in a giant HTML table
> encoded in a very unefficient way, but worse, everything is using Webfonts
> of 4K glyphs, the page takes a lot of memory with those temporary fonts.
> The webfonts do not seem to load dynamically on demand. Strane becaise the
> page is also full of Javascript, and Javascript would have just loaded the
> necessary webfonts on demand, and would have generated the page on the
> flow, with just enough rows to fit the screen and still the possibility to
> scroll the table, without leaving all those Webfonts active in the document.
> Javascript could also have detected suitable fonts already existing on the
> PC with the browser, and the page would have been much lighter.
> 2014/1/23 Leo Broukhis <leob at>
>> I find of which I cannot find a previous
>> mention on the list, quite convenient (keep scrolling). Not all of Unicode
>> 6.0 and 6.1 is there yet, though, as it is a hobby project of a
>> multi-national team.
>> Interface languages include English, German, Russian, Ukrainian, Chinese,
>> and Thai.
>> Leo
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