GNU Unifont (Unicode 14)

It contains glyphs for every printable code point in the Unicode Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP) with growing coverage of the Supplementary Multilingual Plane (SMP).

These fontpacks support Unicode 14. For Emoji, getting the smaller Supplementary pack is enough.

Granted, it isn't the prettiest font as it's been drawn in a blocky faux-bitmap style, but it's perhaps the only OFL-licensed font with this wide a coverage of Unicode.

Note: Installing this overrides a few characters in Lagrange's UI, e.g., the seven-segment numbers used for downloads. This is unintended behavior that's due to a glyph lookup bug. Version 1.10.5 will have a fix for this.

πŸ“… 2022-02-09

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