Finding Glyphs on a Mac
  • By Design Bundles
  • 24 Oct 2016
  • 2 Mins
  • Font Tutorials

Finding Glyphs on a Mac

In one click we'll show you how to turn on Repertoire Mode and use those font glyphs in Font Book.

One common support request we receive from users is the inability to find the extra PUA-encoded Font Glyphs on their Macs. This is kind of a big deal - as glyphs can make fonts 10x more awesome, as demonstrated with the Andalusia font!

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All the fonts on our Marketplace are PUA-encoded for full accessibility, by us even if the designer doesn't do them (because we know how important this is) so you never have to worry if the glyphs in the fonts you are buying are even going to work or be accessible in your software.

So with that in mind, if you can't find your Font Glyphs on your Mac – 95% of the time, this is due to a problem that can be solved in just one click!

All you need to do is press the 4 squares icon to turn on Repertoire Mode.

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That's it! Now you can scroll down to enjoy all of those glyphs to your hearts content.

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If the glyphs are still not appearing for you, be sure to get in contact with us so we can help you out :)

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