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CM630

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I am searching how to detect if a string contains unprintable characters for a specific font and how to find fonts that supports them.
I do not mean unprintable characters with ASCII code < 32, but special characters like cases, bottles, pumkins, etc...
A came across GetGlyphIndices, but this seems to be a windows only solution.
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TTFFileInfo.GetGlyphIndex from unit fpparsettf - package fcl-pdf?

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Thanks, TTFFileInfo seems to be absolutely undocumented, but I will dig it.
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