Nigel French weighs in on how to locate those hidden gems on the Glyphs panel—and when to use them.
“Give me 26 soldiers of lead and I will conquer the world.” It’s an oft-repeated quote about the power of the printed word. Some attribute it to Benjamin Franklin, others to Karl Marx. Regardless of who said it, it makes a good point. To update it would diminish its power: Give me (up to) 65,536 Unicode characters … doesn’t have the same gravitas. But today that’s how many potential “digital soldiers” we have under our command. With such power at our fingertips, the challenge is how to harness it.. . . .
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