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How to use Symbola font?

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Hi,

I installed firefox on Windows 7, and since the built-in fonts don't have a lot of coverage in some Unicode ranges I also installed the Symbola font. However on web pages some characters are still not shown.

Given the following HTML:

   🌐🌑🌒🌓<br>
   <span style='font-family: symbola;'>🌐🌑🌒🌓</span>

The first row will still show missing character boxes. It looks like only the built-in Segoe UI font is used to display the symbols. The second row will show all characters.

Is it possible to use Symbola as a fallback font to display those characters?

Hi, I installed firefox on Windows 7, and since the built-in fonts don't have a lot of coverage in some Unicode ranges I also installed the Symbola font. However on web pages some characters are still not shown. Given the following HTML: &#x01f310;&#x01f311;&#x01f312;&#x01f313;&lt;br&gt; &lt;span style='font-family: symbola;'>&#x01f310;&#x01f311;&#x01f312;&#x01f313;&lt;/span&gt; The first row will still show missing character boxes. It looks like only the built-in Segoe UI font is used to display the symbols. The second row will show all characters. Is it possible to use Symbola as a fallback font to display those characters?

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As Firefox 50.0 was released, many characters are now displayed using the new emoji font. However the issue is still there with some characters. For example:

🗨🗩🗪

Actual result: The first character is displayed using the built-in emoji font. But the next 2 are displayed as hex codes

Desired result: since symbola is installed, the latter two glyphs are displayed using symbola Actual result: