Yo that's some useful as hell stuff right there.jsmorley wrote:I really can't recommend enough that you consider using the free dp4 Font Viewer utility to manage all this...
It gives you one, simple, consistent way to find the hex codepoint values for any glyph in any font. Every one of these "icon fonts" have their own "references" to the value for the glyphs, and they are all different, and some easier to use than others. Google's Material Icons is actually a bit of a pain in the ass...
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