LogosSymbolUnicode font for SBL Greek New Testament (GNT) in Biblia

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Scott Sanjay Hayes | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Apr 28 2015 4:40 PM

When I look at a passage in the SBL Greek New Testament in Biblia, some of the marks only show as squares.  When I right-clicked and selected "Inspect Element" it shows the following style.

font-family: LogosSymbolUnicode;
vertical-align: super;
line-height: 0;
font-size: 66%;

I searched the web and Logos.com, but I cannot find this elusive LogosSymbolUnicode font.  Where do I get it?  Is there another way to get the critical apparatus symbols in SBL GNT to display properly?

Thanks!

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LogosEmployee

"LogosSymbolUnicode" shouldn't be required or used by the website; this is a bug.

What browser and OS are you using? I would expect most systems to have one or more fonts that support this Unicode range (U+2E00..2E16) that should be used automatically.

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NB.Mick | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Apr 29 2015 9:52 AM

Bradley Grainger (Faithlife):

"LogosSymbolUnicode" shouldn't be required or used by the website; this is a bug.

What browser and OS are you using? I would expect most systems to have one or more fonts that support this Unicode range (U+2E00..2E16) that should be used automatically.

Interestingly, and maybe helpful for you as a datapoint (or not), last week or so a user from the German subforum pasted a couple of SBLGNT verses into a docx to test the PB compiler - for me this spits out a warning that the font is not known (it works nevertheless since it forces the apparatus marker to show up in Times New Romans in the PB). The question is probably why the SBLGNT resource uses a Logos-internal font for those marks in the firstplace.

 

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