Edit text with Unicode

You can insert text with Unicode characters for a couple of languages into the textarea below and transfer the text by copy & paste to the desired location. Click on a language or an Unicode block to expand a set of buttons. Pressing a button inserts the displayed character in the textarea.
A glyph can only be displayed, if it's contained in an apropiate font. If you encounter problems, select another font or enter the name of a font installed on your system.
If you need HTML numeric code references (&#..;) rather than characters, please check "Use references".
You can create your own button set. Just type in a list of unicode values, give the set a name and click on "Add". You can enter decimal values as well as hexadecimal values (e.g. 0xf1). Values are separated by a colon and ranges are created by separating its start and end value by a hyphen (e.g. 32-44).
Button sets can be saved, loaded and deleted. Therefore you should have cookies enabled.
Requirements: Browser with Unicode and DOM support, JavaScript enabled.
Install Edicode as a sidebar (panel) in Opera or Mozilla. For InternetExplorer you have to add this link Edicode to your favorites.

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My button sets  » 

New Panel :
: Add
Save Load Delete
Change font of: Buttons Textarea

Notice: Changing the font-style or size may not work with some browsers.

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