PragmataPro, version 0.816, includes Bopomofo or Zhùyīn fúhào (ㄓㄨˋ ㄧㄣ ㄈㄨˊ ㄏㄠˋ literally “phonetic symbols”) that was introduced in the Republic of China in the 1910s. It was replaced by pinyin in People’s Republic of China in the 1950s, but is still widely used as an educational tool and Chinese computer input method in Taiwan.
Its glyphs are used also for Ruby programming language.
Available from version 0.816, are designed for text only reports. There are three kind of pictograms: A) for vertical structures B) for vertical structures with the corner of the card silouette C) for horizontal structures and very low sizes. All available using OpenType features
I just added the fraktur monospaced version of PragmataPro for math use. I tried to compose the Bible of Gutenberg just for fun. This new feature will be available from the next release of PragmataPro (0.815). Keep in touch!
FileFormat is a very useful tool for who need to know which font supports a specific Unicode glyph. I often use FileFormat and now my PragmataPro is included in the list. Wow! A great satisfaction for me!