Re: font for box with an X
Thank you for your response. I am trying to use these fonts with renderx xep and of course XSLT for transformation which run on a unix server. The font on the style sheets are arial which do not support these unicode characters.
Look on your Unix platform for a font family that includes that Unicode character and then use <fo:character> to express it in a different font than the text that surrounds it:
<fo:character character="☒" font-family="WhateverWorks"/>
Alternatively you can use <fo:inline> to wrap the one character:
A Google search of "free font resources unix" has some promising links.
I hope this helps.
. . . . . . . . . . . . Ken
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