|CharView 3 Documentation|
All fonts have many symbols
(not all of which can be printed...).
The UTF-16 Unicode font can have thousands of symbols.
Keyboards usually only have 101 keys (sometimes more or less a bit).
So, if you want to type something that is not on the keyboard ... you need this utility.
- system-wide utility window (floating above documents windows)
- menu icon (small icon shown in menubar, CharView main window hidden before the user moves the mouse pointer into this icon)
- auto-iconify (if you want it to be visible at any position on the screen as a small icon)
- view font symbols in ASCII (256 chars) or Unicode (entire font)
- auto-zoomed (magnified) symbol in table without a click
- copy symbol to the clipboard and insert it into the frontmost application with one click
- insert symbol, it's HTML entity, decimal or hexadecimal code into the frontmost application with one click from contextual menu
- fully resizable window
- up to 20 of the last used fonts remembered
- fonts grouped by families for fast searching of fonts
- editable font name field for fast switching fonts
- works with all native OS X, OS X Classic applications
The non-registered version has up to 128 random-selected symbols
disabled in the table.
The disabled symbols can not be copied or inserted.
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