GS Unicode 2.0 (Plane 1)

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This is the Plane 1 font of the GS Unicode 2.0 font series.  I've split this font up by plane since font files have a technical limit of 65,535 glyphs.

This font will be made up of U+0020 and U+10000~U+1FFFD, which add up to exactly 65,535 code points.

Things that are planned but not fully implemented yet are italicized.

Links to planes (I'll most likely be posting updates related to this series as a whole in the Plane 0 font):

Plane 0: here
Plane 1: [THIS FONT]
Plane 2
Plane 3
(No Unicode characters exist in Planes 4 through D as of U14.0)
Plane E: here
Plane F: here
Plane 10: here

PUA assignments can be found in the Plane 0, F, and 10 fonts.

Feel free to recommend PUA assignments!

Also, it's more than likely I won't know every script well enough that there won't be any mistakes.  If/when I make a mistake, please tell me and I'll do my best to fix it!

13 Comments

Published 26 Oct 2021, with U14 Latin xF and xG

CCC: 89

Comment by Greenstar967 27th october 2021

Maybe Gothic and those symbols you've seen on retro computers (1FB00-1FBFF) next when you have time…

Comment by Bryndan W Meyerholt (BWM) 27th october 2021

Annoyingly, I've got Symbols for Legacy Computing in the PUA, same for Laten Ext-F and G. Would it be possible for there to be a mass move/copy/delete option?

Comment by erictom333 27th october 2021

@BWM I'll try doing those two blocks next

@Eric I just had my Plane 0 font open and copy pasted each invidual glyph into this one.  I don't think it breaks anything since it's not technically the same font.

Comment by Greenstar967 27th october 2021

Added Gothic

CCC: 116

Comment by Greenstar967 10th november 2021

Added double struck O and S (the sets of octonions and sedenions, respectively), and segmented digits from the legacy computing block

CCC: 128

Comment by Greenstar967 18th november 2021

Added Glagolitic supplement and a few extended kana and CJK punctuation

CCC: 173

Comment by Greenstar967 6th december 2021

Added two more extended ideographic punctuation characters and shifted around the modifier letters as per the Plane 0 font

CCC: 175

Comment by Greenstar967 9th december 2021

Added the Lisu yha letter

CCC: 176

Comment by Greenstar967 22nd december 2021

Added UCAS Extended-A and more symbols for Legacy Computing.  I may still change the block elements (including those in the BMP) slightly, utilizing half blocks, etc., to make them look nicer and to make the math work slightly better.

CCC: 290

Comment by Greenstar967 13th january 2022

Added more mathematical alphanumeric symbols

CCC: 310

Comment by Greenstar967 31st january 2022

Added the Ancient Symbols block (10190~101CF)

CCC: 324

Comment by Greenstar967 Sun, 8th may

Added the U15 proposed Latin Extended-G.  I usually don't add characters that aren't in Unicode yet, but I thought I should in this case, considering I found a phonetic transcription system that uses 1DF25 (d with mid-height left hook), disunified (I think) from F120 (d with middle left hook).  Also, this particular proposal is included in the Alpha Review Draft, so I think it's stable enough to be included here.

CCC: 330

Comment by Greenstar967 Fri, 13th may

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