368 words on earthlingsoft
UnicodeChecker is quite unlike iTunes. It performs rather specialised tasks which gives it a small and dedicated audience. And unlike iTunes, UnicodeChecker cannot be updated to a new major version every other week or so for a few half-assed changes to its polish. Instead, there’ll be a number of subtle changes every now and then which only increase the version number slightly.
Apart from fixing a few bugs, this version introduces a major new feature: UnicodeChecker’s abilities are made available to other applications by putting them into a Framework that should be easily accessible from your code. So if you need the odd bit of Unicode trickery in your application and you feel that going through AppleScript was too cumbersome or too slow, you may want to give this one a try. As this is very new, Steffen will be keen to hear your remarks on how well it works for you.
The other big improvement is that UnicodeChecker’s Utility for Escaping URLs has been removed and replaced by a much more flexible escaping utility that will also convert your Unicode strings to C, Java or CSS. The wonderful world of different escaping definitions means that all of
The UI has also been improved with a Dock menu for instant access to Utility windows and the find feature as well as improved keyboard equivalents for navigating different Utility windows. And in the main window you can now use a little split-view nipple to set which proportion of the window height you want for the displayed character and which for the information about it.
Does snowman + ä mean anything? Or am I decoding improperly?
Your decoding is good… I just tried to find a fun/simple example with codepoints from BMP and one of the higher planes.