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Old 10-10-2012, 07:17 AM   #11
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BTW, Python-challenged ebook designers could simply compile an epub with KindlePreviewer/KindleGen and have a look at the detected Unicode ranges in the log file. For example, if you compile the book mentioned in roger64's post you'll see the following output:

Code:
Info(prcgen):I1045: Computing UNICODE ranges used in the book
Info(prcgen):I1046: Found UNICODE range: Basic Latin [20..7E]
Info(prcgen):I1046: Found UNICODE range: General Punctuation - Windows 1252 [2018..201A]
Info(prcgen):I1046: Found UNICODE range: Latin-1 Supplement [A0..FF]
Info(prcgen):I1046: Found UNICODE range: General Punctuation - other than Windows 1252 [2015..2017]
Info(prcgen):I1046: Found UNICODE range: Latin Extended-A [100..17F]
Info(prcgen):I1046: Found UNICODE range: Basic Greek [370..3FF]
Info(prcgen):I1046: Found UNICODE range: Greek Extended [1F00..1FFF]
Windows users could then use the MS Font Properties Extension to check the Unicode coverage of their fonts.
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