>On Windows there are some fonts (notably Arial Unicode MS) that can be
>installed to show you nearly any Unicode character. On UNIX you are usually
>tied to whatever is installed in your system.
On Unix, you can also install Arial Unicode MS and the rest of the MS
fonts(possibly subject to license restrictions.) The native BDF fonts
that come with recent versions of XFree86 also cover all of WGL4
(a Western character subset by Microsoft and Adobe) and several of
them cover MES-3 (a larger European subset).
all contain large Unicode fonts for Unix, and with a recent font
server, you can use any font on Unix you could use on Windows.
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