Are you CONFUSED about WHAT CHARACTER(S) you type?!?!
rwhlk142 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 12:20:08 CDT 2015
When you’re typing, do you find yourself winding up being CONFUSED over
what you type?!?! It’s a crucially SERIOUS matter—especially when typing
on a computer!
For instance: When you type in a HOLLOW HEART SUIT (U+02661), it may show
up as an IDENTICAL TO SIGN (U+02261) or a GREEK CAPITAL LETTER XI
(U+0039E)... it all DEPENDS on whatever FONT you’re using to type with!
The default Microsoft Sans Serif font (within Microsoft Windows) has this
ABOMINABLE habit of substituting this IDENTICAL TO SIGN (which should be at
U+02261)—because Microsoft (regrettably) placed this math symbol where the
HOLLOW HEART SUIT should be (at U+02661)! * ¡AGONISTES!*
What Microsoft SHOULD DO *is* *THIS*: Please move the IDENTICAL TO SIGN
from (U+02661—the location where the HOLLOW HEART SUIT goes) to its PROPER
LOCATION at (U+02261)!! THAT would be MUCH better!!
What other CHARACTER CALAMITIES have you come across?!?!
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