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  1. Hello community, well, where I can start? The problem is the new Font (unscii), or better yet, the new version of `wcwidth.bin`. I don't know if anybody can help me, but this is for me a big thing. I'm writing on a new Program that use some unicode Glyphs. Well, the old `Unifont` has a bunch of Glyphs, that was good. But now, the switching to unscii from asiekierka, I don't have all Glyphs anymore and my Screen looks really funny with the plceholder ("?") from OpenComputers. The Problem at all is, that the `wcwidth.bin` is updated and the `assembled Glyphs` what I make for myself will complely ignored. So, can anybody tell me to fix this, or how to update the Binary? Or any other sulution are welcome, too. I know this is a interesting Request, but this is a really wish. I have my written my software so long, and now my Screen looks crappy. And when I will release my software for public, it should looks great. Thanks in advanced for any instance of help. Best regards Diklabyte
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