CSUR and UCSUR glyphs
Rebecca Bettencourt via Unicode
unicode at unicode.org
Tue May 9 11:24:27 CDT 2017
In addition to the sites linked to by the CSUR and UCSUR pages, there are
the PDFs linked to by the UCSUR page, and the Constructium and Fairfax
There is also a font called Nishiki-teki
<http://hwm3.gyao.ne.jp/shiroi-niwatori/nishiki-teki.htm> that includes a
lot of CSUR and UCSUR scripts, and a version of GNU Unifont
<http://unifoundry.com/unifont.html> that does as well. Beyond that, I know
as much as you do.
-- Rebecca Bettencourt
On Tue, May 9, 2017 at 7:09 AM, Michael Bear via Unicode <
unicode at unicode.org> wrote:
> I need some help with the glyphs from the CSUR
> <http://www.evertype.com/standards/csur/> and UCSUR
> Some of the glyphs were no problem, such as the Tengwar and Cirth ones,
> because their pages *actually show the glyphs on their pages*.
> Others do not, which poses a bit of a problem. Some of them have links to
> other sites that are intended to show the glyphs, but most of those links
> are outdated and lead to 404s. I could just pull up an archived version
> with the Wayback machine (web.archive.org), and for some of them, this
> works, but most of them don’t have any saved versions.
> I could just do a Google search to find out what the characters look like,
> but many of the scripts are too obscure to get anything reliable out of
> that Google search. I’m making a font with everything in the UCSUR, and
> this is a major obstacle I must overcome. So do you guys know where I could
> get glyph shapes for most of these scripts?
> Sent from Mail <https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986> for
> Windows 10
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