Help Faq

* I'm Getting Squares Instead of My Unicode Characters.


This is caused by missing characters in the font that you are using in your word processor. Try to change the font to something else. Often, if you change the font to Times New Roman and use Easy Unicode Paster to paste the characters again, they will often show up.

Alternatively, you can try pasting into Microsoft Notepad since it is doesn't use any fancy fonts that may be missing characters.

Note that it is unlikely that your computer will be able to display all the unicode characters in Easy Unicode Paster since there are so many and most computers fonts only have a small subset of the characters used in unicode. Easy Unicode Paster displays more unicode characters that many other character maps, including the default Windows Character Map so it is normal to have some characters that don't render on your computer because of missing fonts.


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