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How do I get Firefox to load "Symbol" and "Wingdings" fonts?

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My 8.0.1 version does not have either "symbol" or "Wingdings" fonts listed and when I render my html document those characters end up using the Arial font. I have documents with lots of less-than-and-equals, greater-than-and-equals, and a host of other symbols as well as wingdings characters. IE9 works fine. Chrome has the same problem Firefox has.

My 8.0.1 version does not have either "symbol" or "Wingdings" fonts listed and when I render my html document those characters end up using the Arial font. I have documents with lots of less-than-and-equals, greater-than-and-equals, and a host of other symbols as well as wingdings characters. IE9 works fine. Chrome has the same problem Firefox has.

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You have not been able to do that in Firefox since Firefox 2, and even then you had to modify Firefox, so while you could change your Firefox there wouldn't be very many Firefox users that could use them.

All current browser support unicode, but all unicode fonts are not the same size and no machine will have all of them in all fonts. If these are your own documents you will have to convert them yourself. Most of what you need you can probably get directly of this page

if not not you can check the links at the top of that page.
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You have not been able to do that in Firefox since Firefox 2, and even then you had to modify Firefox, so while you could change your Firefox there wouldn't be very many Firefox users that could use them.

All current browser support unicode, but all unicode fonts are not the same size and no machine will have all of them in all fonts. If these are your own documents you will have to convert them yourself. Most of what you need you can probably get directly of this page

if not not you can check the links at the top of that page.
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Thanks for the quick responses. Lots to think about in resolving my issue. Luckily they are my own documents, so I have options.

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You're welcome.

The lower 8 bit plane (0x00-0x7f) works for me on Linux with those 8 bit mapped fonts, but it is better to use Unicode replacements.

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