Posted by Lorna Evans on 2016-09-08 04:22:24
Recently, ScriptSource was updated to include the Character annotations from Unicode. These can be very helpful for people who want to know how a particular character is used.
For example, the Unicode chart for U+0292 gives us the following information:
ScriptSource now displays the Character page for U+0292 this way:
ScriptSource displays the Block Section description that the character is a part of. In the example above, we can see the IPA usage, the uppercase codepoint, and a language that uses this character in its orthography (Skolt Sami). Cross references are generally characters that have a similar glyph design. Note that any mention of another character contains a link to that character page on ScriptSource.
In another example, the Unicode chart for U+08BB gives us the following information:
ScriptSource displays the Character page for U+08BB this way:
In the example above, the "note" contains information on the glyph design of the character.