Sword Kanji Font

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Thanks to Zdenek i got myself the sword kanji font. Now im looking for a specific kanji http://japanese.about.com/bl50kanji7_shi.htm

but it's kinda hard for me to find the right one XD erm maybe somebody knows the unicode of this Sword Kanji ????

thx for any help ^_^

cyaz

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can't you install IME support ?

- Too bad stupidity isn't painful

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Omg thats so cool ^^
Now Ive got text to put on my wallpapers.

~.:: Don't look back in anger, you're not the only one ::.~

  • May 05, 2004

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lol i already got that thing installed and its running already ^_^ (since weeks i may add)

Okayyy let me reformulate mah question.

http://japanese.about.com/bl50kanji7_shi.htm

that's the kanji i'm looking for in the Sword Kanji Font Collection got that?
but i can't find it and it's in unicode so if anybody knows which unicode the Kanji death has in the Sword_Kanji.ttf has pls tell me

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Unicode 6b7b
Shift-JIS 8e80

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ohhh wow thank you soooooooooooooooooooooo much ^_^

btw: Tama-Neko isnt that Turtle Cat in english ? XD

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"Tama" can mean a lot of things. A lot of people associate it with "Tama-Kame" the turtle from Love Hina - the "Kame" is turtle. I actually took the name from the cat in Fushigi Yuugi. "Tama" is supposedly a common, all-purpose cat name. Anyhow, "Tama" can mean treasure, ball, etc and I've had a few people play jokes on that nick (like when Dom gave me a pair of nerf balls and said "Here TamaTama!" Although that was also because he said we needed more "balls" in the shoujo panel speakers, which was unaccountably highly female for the first time in the history of AX...)
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By the way, I use an IME editor but if you don't have one and don't want to install one, you can usually use Jeffrey's J/E dictionary (http://dict.regex.info/cgi-bin/j-e) to look up characters if you know the romanji for it. It'll give you the character in shift-jis or other encoding which you can copy/paste into Word or Photoshop.

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oh okay :D thx for the thourough explanation of the origins ^_^

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Ummm, kanji is so much like Chinese, death means the same as Chinese as in Kanji if Im not mistaken. Mandarin chinese to be exact.

  • May 05, 2004

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Thank you, now I have a new japanese font ^^

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lol yeah, thank you

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