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[Q] System fonts and support for localization

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By PigBlues, Junior Member on 14th July 2014, 10:44 AM
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Hello everyone,

I'm a Unity developer, usually my work includes working in Unity3D and compiling for android/iOS/etc..
Using Google's in app billing plugin, I need to support multiple languages, in order to support all currency types (some in foreign languages).
Now, within Unity I use Arial unicode, that supports all the symbols I need, but my question is the effects of running on android.
Do android's OS contain Arial Unicode? can it support it? Does android's system font contain's all the symbols for currencies?

I hope the question is clear, sadly my android development knowledge is lacking.
Any help will be greatly appreciated
14th July 2014, 11:17 AM |#2  
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The official Android font is Droid Sans.You can find the full character set here:

As for what is included on the devices aside from that, I do not know. (I'm a designer, not a developer)
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