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I can type ⅓, ⅔ and ½ but can I type 3/3 and 2/2 using unicode?

The U+2044 FRACTION SLASH character can be used to compose arbitrary fractions. However, support for rendering these fractions as ligatures may vary. Primarily, this depends on ligature support by the ...
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How does the Arabic typographic layout system work at a high level?

I figured it out. Took me all day but got the alignment pretty decent for that. What I did was convert a font to SVG, manually copy-paste out the glyphs into JavaScript. Import each one individually ...
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How does MS word renders different fonts?

Those code points are variation sequences, which are combining marks that you use to select the visual variant of the prior code point, so that a single code point can have multiple visual ...
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How does the Arabic typographic layout system work at a high level?

Letters in arabic can use different glyphs as you saw (to make it possible to connect cleanly with other letters), and glyphs don't have a fixed shape - certain glyphs can and will be stretched for ...
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I can type ⅓, ⅔ and ½ but can I type 3/3 and 2/2 using unicode?

Superscript, fraction slash, and subscript But not sure how to fix spacing ⁴⁄₄
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