Basic use: Use the Show Block selector on the Lookup tab, or add characters or code points or a search string to one of the input fields in the Find field and click on one of Hex, Dec, Characters or Search. The icon repeats the action. UniView produces tables or lists of characters on the left. By default, clicking on a character in a list or table displays detailed information for that character to the right. Use to add the characters to the Edit Buffer box instead. Alternatively, you can paste characters directly into the Edit Buffer box and hit to discover what they are.
The app covers Unicode version 7.0.0. For more information about Unicode 7.0, see the Unicode 7.0.0 page or this very informative Babelstone post. or mouse over the first letter of a command name to reveal an orange link to context-sensitive help.
Tables and lists appear here.
To get started, either:
- select a Unicode block or character range using the controls above,
- add characters, code points or text to the Search field and click on one of Hex, Dec, Characters or Text, or
- paste some text into the text area and hit the button to list the characters.
Clicking/tapping on characters in a table or list displays detailed information for them in the right-hand part of the page. Double-clicking/tapping adds the character to the text area. To move all characters to the text area, click on .
By default, characters are shown as images. If you have the necessary font you can speed up display by unchecking Use graphics above.
Uses graphics from decodeunicode project.
Character data appears here.
Any time you click on a character in a list or table to the left, detailed information and links for that character are displayed here.
Notes are available for many characters. Click on Show notes, and you will see them below when character information is displayed here.
The app covers Unicode version 14. For more information about Unicode 14, see the Unicode 14 page.
UniView can do much more. Check out the.