Updates and Errata
The following is a list of errata noted for
Standard, Version 14.0, its code charts, annexes, the Unicode
Character Database, and the text and data files for other synchronized
specifications. It is periodically updated to include
corrections to typographic errors and new clarifications of the
text. This list also includes errata noted for the text of The Unicode Standard, Version 14.0—Core Specification.
Current Errata Notices
||The code charts for the United Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics in Unicode version 14.0 show two characters for Carrier (U+1628, U+163B) and one character for Ojibway (U+18DB) oriented incorrectly. The incorrect orientation is shown in the left hand column below, with the correct orientation shown in the right hand column. These will be corrected in a future version of the standard.
||The code charts for Khitan Small Script in Unicode
version 14.0 show the glyphs for U+18BDE and U+18CCA as
identical. However, the characters are are not duplicates.
The glyph for U+18CCA will be modified in a future version
of the standard. The old glyph is shown below on the left,
and the new glyph is on the right.
The glyph for U+10C47 OLD TURKIC LETTER ORKHON OT will be replaced in a future version of the standard with one more representative of known sources. The current glyph in the Unicode Version 14.0 charts, and in prior versions, is show on the left in the image below. It will be replaced with a glyph similar to the one on the right:
In the published code charts for Unicode Version 14.0, the UK source glyphs are missing for four characters in the CJK Unified Ideographs Extension C block. These will be corrected in a future version of the standard.
The relevant UK source glyphs, in context, are shown in the four images below:
The code chart for the Wancho script published in the Unicode Standard for
Versions 12.0 through 13.0 used a preliminary font with a sub-optimal design for the
script. That font for the Wancho script will be replaced in a future version of the
standard by an updated font provided by Banwang Losu, as documented in
The current (old) code chart is shown here on the left, and
the replacement code chart on the right. (Illustrative charts
added to this notice on 2021-11-05.)
Reports of errors in published documents, such as the Unicode
Standard itself or Unicode Technical Reports, may be filed using the
contact form. If confirmed, and depending on the nature of the
reported error, an erratum may be posted on this page, to be fixed
in subsequent editions of the Standard or related specifications.
Formal corrigenda notices for the Unicode Standard can be found at
Corrigenda to the Unicode Standard.
Corrigenda for the Unicode CLDR
are posted at
Unicode CLDR Corrigenda. Errata notices for Unicode CLDR and its related specification, UTS #35: Locale Data Markup Language (LDML) can be found in the various release notes accessed from the Unicode CLDR Downloads page. For information regarding current bug reports for Unicode CLDR, see Unicode CLDR Bug Tracking Available Reports.
Archived Errata Fixed in Prior Versions