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I am happy to announce the first iteration of Glyphviewer, a web application to analyse and display web fonts (fonts accessible only from the web), and present the results in the browser. We are not talking about your standard Times New Roman, but more exotic typefaces like DejaVu Sans and Essays1743. Users can use Glyphviewer to examine fonts without manually downloading and installing it on their computer. This application will attempt to list all the characters supported by a font and show header information as well.For best results, use Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera. IE and Safari users will be able to see what characters and heading information is supported, but won't be able to see the font.
The announcement out of the way - does Glyphviewer work for you?
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