How to show braille dots on the web page?

高生旺 coscell at
Sat Mar 21 03:27:43 UTC 2009

On Sun, 8 Mar 2009, Samuel Thibault wrote:

> Cody, le Sun 08 Mar 2009 09:11:45 -0400, a ?crit :
> > without actually coding it, which in html you can't do, you probably will 
> > have to take a picture, which obviously won't help. I just don't think it 
> > can be done.
> Of course it can be done. Just use UTF-8 encoding and use U+2800 ..
> U+28FF characters.  The problem however is that the browser will need a
> braille font to render them properly.  On a proper Linux installation
> there will be at least a clearlyU font or so that has it.  On a windows
> system it's far less clear.  You can however provide a font on your
> website so users can install them, for instance UBraille.ttf:
Friend tell me that the dot spacing is too large.
Hot to fix it?

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