Do you have information on the WGL character set? This is the
> font that Windows users may have. What characters are in it and what are
> the character numbers? Is this a subset of Unicode? Are the character
> numbers the same?
> Agfa Monotype has told me that:
> "We (MS and AMC) refer to this character set designation as "WGL". Back in
> the early to mid 90s, we worked with MS to define a character set that
> they wanted to call (the) "World Glyph List" Thus, WGL was born. This is
> really a misnomer in the sense that this is only a small portion of the
> world's glyphs."
> Raymond F. Dembek
> Unisys Corp. - Michigan
> Voice: 248-661-9302
> "We e-eat, e-sleep and e-drink this e-stuff."
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