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dbharath
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Registered: ‎05-10-2012
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Glyph \U+0050 error.

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05-16-2012 01:44 PM

I am getting this error message many times in my command promt.

 

** Glyph not defined at: \U+0050.

 

Can anyone know where I can download the font for this error? I searched in google, but I dont find it.

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heinsite
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Re: Glyph \U+0050 error.

05-16-2012 09:26 PM in reply to: dbharath

Odds are you're using a font that doesn't include that symbol.  Switch to a different font (try Arial) and try again.  Not every font set includes all the unicode symbols.

 

Dave.

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Re: Glyph \U+0050 error.

05-16-2012 10:06 PM in reply to: dbharath

I replied before looking this one up.  \U+0050 is the code for a capital letter "P" and it's going to be available in just about every font family.  Is this really what you're really trying to insert?  That's not exactly a special symbol.

 

Dave.

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dbharath
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Re: Glyph \U+0050 error.

05-17-2012 07:09 AM in reply to: heinsite

Thanks Dave,

 

I actually cannot keep Arial to all styles. Is there an easy way to find from which font this unicode letter P is not defined?

I checked with reference manager, some fonts are not found, and i think they are replaced with simplex.shx. I will replace the styles which are having this fonts. I will Let u know if it works.

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