Documentation

The Documentation will be put on the web in stages.

The documentation here is in two tables.  The first table looks at the Sub Menu.

Unicode Tables:

In Linux can insert unicode by pressing ctrl+shift+u and the code

To insert a Unicode character, type the character code, press ALT, and then press X. For example, to type a dollar symbol ($), type 0024, press ALT, and then press X.  Some Windows programs do not allow this method of inserting a unicode character.



uNicode Utilities

Menu Level

Why Needed

Sub Sub Menu

Description

Unicode Font Characters Sub
Some characters are needed and it can be difficult to know what unicode character code is or what the unicode number of a particular characters is.

                              
Displays Unicode character set up to 0xFFFF and allows selection of character by mouse click.  The selected characters can be put on clipboard.

Up to 18 Unicode characters can be input from the clipboard and their Unicode number displayed and the unicode font membership displayed.
Characters Non Unicode Sub

Displays ASCII character set and allows selection of character by mouse click.  The selected characters can be put on clipboard
File Characters Unicode  &File Name Characters Unicode  600 max Sub
It can be useful to determine what the unicode filename is


Can obtain a unicode filename and display the font characters and unicode font values.  These can be copied onto the clipboard and the font membership can be determined by "Unicode Font Characters"
Total Number Files and Directories Unicode Sub


Can examine Unicode font values of directory
Can count how many files are unicode names  - work still to finish
5 Total Number Files and Directories Unicode and non Unicode Sub


Can examine Unicode font values of directory

Can count how many files are unicode and non unicode names  - work still to finish
Get all Unicode Files - not finished yet Sub


still to do
Have to work out indexing of a file and directory with unicode name.