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A Godot Shader for Color Grading using LUTs

issue commentsamhocevar/wincompose

Music sharp symbol in wrong category

Are you saying that Unicode has no codepoint for a flat symbol? ♭ being in the block you think you'd never need to type, but I have.

U+266D

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issue openedsamhocevar/wincompose

Miscellaneous sequence proposals

# punctuation
<Multi_key> <less> <period>: "‹" U2039 # SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <greater> <period>: "›" U203A # SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <minus> <bar>: "†" U2020 # DAGGER
<Multi_key> <equal> <bar>: "‡" U2021 # DOUBLE DAGGER

# diagonal arrows
<Multi_key> <Left> <Down>: "↙" U2199 #SOUTH WEST ARROW
<Multi_key> <Left> <Up>: "↖" U2196 #NORTH WEST ARROW
<Multi_key> <Right> <Down>: "↘" U2198 #SOUTH EAST ARROW
<Multi_key> <Right> <Up>: "↗" U2197 #NORTH EAST ARROW

# thick arrows (emoji)
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <Up> <Up>: "⬆"
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <Down> <Down>: "⬇"
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <Right> <Right>: "➡"
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <Left> <Left>: "⬅"

# spaces (figure space was missing)
<Multi_key> <space> <0>: " " U2007 # FIGURE SPACE

# math
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <underscore>: "⌊" U230A # LEFT FLOOR
<Multi_key> <underscore> <parenright>: "⌋" U230B # RIGHT FLOOR
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <asciicircum>: "⌈" U2308 # LEFT CEILING
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <parenright>: "⌉" U2309 # RIGHT CEILING

# technical
<Multi_key> <bar> <minus>: "¦" U00A6 #BROKEN BAR
<Multi_key> <b> <s>: "⌫" U232B #BACKSPACE SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <backslash> <backspace>: "⌫" U232B #BACKSPACE SYMBOL

# misc
<Multi_key> <slash> <underscore> <backslash>: "△" U25B3 #WHITE UP-POINTING 
<Multi_key> <asciitilde> <minus>: "~" UFF5E # FULLWIDTH TILDE
<Multi_key> <0> <0>: "○" U25CB #WHITE CIRCLE
<Multi_key> <plus> <plus>: "✲" U22B9 #HERMITIAN CONJUGATE MATRIX
<Multi_key> <asciitilde> <z>: "⌁" U2301 #ELECTRIC ARROW

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issue openedsamhocevar/wincompose

U+25A0 Black square and U+25A1 White square

To match [] → ⬚:

<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <numbersign> <bracketright>: "■" U25A0 #BLACK SQUARE
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <0> <bracketright>: "□" U25A1 #WHITE SQUARE

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issue openedsamhocevar/wincompose

Ukrainian Hryvnia sign

The symbol for the Ukrainian Hryvnia (U+20B4) is missing. Here is a proposal:

# for Latin alphabet kb
<Multi_key> <g> <equal>: "₴" U20B4 #HRYVNIA SIGN (cyrillic cursive ge with double stroke)
# for Cyrillic alphabet kb
<Multi_key> <г> <equal>: "₴" U20B4 #HRYVNIA SIGN

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issue openedsamhocevar/wincompose

"Impossible sequences" masterlist

I thought that instead of having disparate issues all about different untypable sequences (#307 #337 #398 #417 #431), having one big one would be better for making a decision on what to do about these.

Alphabetic presentation forms

  • U+FB05 LATIN SMALL LIGATURE LONG S T: ſt impossible; no ſ key. ft evaluates to same symbol.
  • All the dotted Hebrew letters. As far as I know the various dot symbols cannot be typed even on a Hebrew keyboard. Suggestion: Use number keys. Although it could be ad hoc and hard to remember, it would at least make it usable.

Arabic

  • All the sequences. The Arabic keyboard has the diacritics, but the default behavior is to combine the diacritics, so WinCompose doesn't have to do anything.

Arrows

  • U+219A LEFTWARDS ARROW WITH STROKE, U+219B RIGHTWARDS ARROW WITH STROKE, and U+21AE LEFT RIGHT ARROW WITH STROKE. The only sequences require standalone keys for ←, →, and ↔, respectively. Suggestion: Free up one of the backslash sequences </ and /<.

Basic Latin

  • I mean, I get that the point is to account for international keyboards without all the ASCII symbols, but do we really need this many (32) sequences for ASCII symbols?

Bengali

  • The Bengali keyboard already has keys for VOWEL SIGN O and VOWEL SIGN AU, and the rest are possible with Shift and AltGr already. These should be removed.

CJK Unified Ideographs Extension B

  • Those aren't Chinese ideograms. Those are emoji.

Cyrillic

  • U+040E CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER SHORT U - mixes Latin and Cyrillic letters. Deemed unnecessary by existing sequence ЬУ. Same with all other sequences for letters with a breve.
  • If we're adding Cyrillic cross-language support, why not add a sequence for the Ukrainian or Serbian letters using only Russian letters? e.g. і ← , ї ← 1", ґ ← г', є = ээ?

Devanagari

  • Same deal with Bengali.

Enclosed CJK letters and months

  • Everything from U+3280 CIRCLED IDEOGRAPH ONE to U+32B0 CIRCLED IDEOGRAPH NIGHT. In both Japanese and Chinese, these ideograms do not have dedicated keys. (If we did, the keyboard would be a massive monstrosity.) Remove.
  • Everything from U+32D0 CIRCLED KATAKANA A to U+32FE CIRCLED KATAKANA WO. We don't have dedicated keys for katakana. Remove, as the IME can convert these symbols for us.

Enclosed ideographic supplement

  • All of these contain curly Unicode quotes, which don't have dedicated keys. Remove the sequences or make them less verbose.

Greek and Coptic

  • U+0930 GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA WITH DIALYTIKA AND TONOS - ϊ doesn't have a dedicated key. Besides, the Greek keyboard layout already has dead keys for Tonos, Dialytika, and Dialytika-and-Tonos, so all the sequences for those letters are unnecessary.

Greek extended

  • U+1F04 GREEK SMALL LETTER ALPHA WITH PSILI AND OXIA - Accented letters don't have a dedicated key. Remove all sequences containing accented letters.

Gurmukhi

  • Same deal with Bengali and Devanagari.

Hangul jamo

  • U+113D HANGUL CHOSEONG CHITUEUMSSANGSIOS and U+113F HANGUL CHOSEONG CEONGCHIEUMSSANGSIOS. Both letters are archaic, and the sequence also uses archaic letters (U+113C and 113E). Remove or replace with sequences using just the normal letter sios. Same deal with U+1146, 114F, 1151, 11C3, 11D5, 11D7, 11D9, 11DF, 11F1, 11F2. (Just run that whole block through a lookup of Korean keyboard layout keys and modify/remove everything that can't be typed.)

Kanbun

  • Same deal with Enclosed CJK letters and months.

Kannada

  • I suspect the same deal as Bengali, et al.

Latin Extended-B

  • U+01D5 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS AND MACRON and other letters in the block have sequences containing accented letters.
  • U+01E2 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AE WITH MACRON, U+01E3, U+01FC, and U+01FD both need a standalone Æ key with no alternate sequence. Usable in Norwegian, but not on most keyboards.
  • U+01EE and U+01EF need a standalone ʒ key. (There's not even a sequence for the capital letter.)

Latin Extended-C

  • U+A765 LATIN SMALL LETTER THORN WITH STROKE is only used in Old English and Old Norse, while the only surviving language with a thorn key is Icelandic.

Malayalam

  • cf. Bengali

Mathematical Operators

  • U+2204 THERE DOES NOT EXIST has a sequence requiring ∃.
  • U+2209 NOT AN ELEMENT OF has a sequence requiring ∈.
  • U+220C DOES NOT CONTAIN AS A MEMBER has a sequence requiring ∋.
  • U+2224 DOES NOT DIVIDE and U+2226 NOT PARALLEL TO both require non-ASCII symbols with no alternate. |/ and ||/ are both free.
  • U+2241 NOT TILDE, U+2244 NOT ASYMPTOTICALLY EQUAL TO, U+2247 NEITHER APPROXIMATELY NOR ACTUALLY EQUAL TO, U+2249 NOT ALMOST EQUAL TO all require non-ASCII letters like a non-ASCII slash with no alternate.
  • 3 of 4 sequences for U+2262 NOT IDENTICAL TO require a non-ASCII symbol.
  • U+226D, U+2270, U+2271, U+2274, U+2275, U+2278, U+2279, U+2280, U+2281, U+2284, U+2285, U+2286, U+2287, U+2288, U+2289, U+2296, U+2299, U+22AC, U+22AD, U+22AE, U+22AF, U+22E0, U+22E1, U+22E2, U+22E3, U+22EA, U+22EB, U+22EC, U+22ED are all inaccessible for the same reason.

Miscellaneous technical

  • U+2336, 2338, 2339, 233A, 233C, 233D, 233E, 2341, 2342, 2343, 2344, 2345, 2346, 2347, 2348, 2349, 234A, 234B, 234C, 234D, 234E, 234F, 2350, 2351, 2352, 2353, 2354, 2355, 2356, 2357, 2359, 235A, 235B, 235C, 235D, 235E, 235F, 2360, 2361, 2362, 2363, 2364, 2365, 2366, 2367, 2368, 2369, 236B, 236F, 2370, 2371, 2372, 2376, 2377, 2378, 2379 are all APL symbols with no ASCII sequences. Consider removing, as APL is a dead language.

Musical symbols

  • Everything but the three clefs require symbols that are definitely not on keyboards. Remove, as this block is meant for musical score writing apps to use internally, not plaintext.

Myanmar, Oriya, Sinhala

  • cf. Bengali

Spacing modifier letters

  • U+02B1, 02B4, 02B5, 02B6, 02E0, 02E4 all require non-ASCII characters with no alternative.

Supplemental mathematical operators

  • U+2ADC FORKING requires non-ASCII characters with no alternate.

Supplemental punctuation

  • There are two duplicate entries for U+2E18 INVERTED INTERROBANG ← ?! for non-Spanish keyboards.

Tamil, Telugu, most of Tibetan

  • cf. Bengali

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issue commentsamhocevar/wincompose

Pinyin

Existing sequences

1 2 3 4 Neutral
ā a- á a' or 'a ǎ va or ca à or ˋa a
ē e- or -e é e' or 'e ě ce è or ˋe e
ī i- or -i í i' or 'i ǐ vi or ci ì ˋi i
ō o- ó o' or 'o ǒ vo or co ò ˋo o
ū u- or -u ú u' or 'u ǔ vu or cu ù ˋu u
ǖ _"u ǘ '"u ǚ c"u ǜ ˋ"u ü u" or "u

Available sequences with v

1 2 3 4 Neutral
ǖ v- ǘ v' or 'v ǚ cv ǜ ˋv ü
cjbarth

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issue commentsamhocevar/wincompose

Feature request: No Compose key

I agree that there is absolutely no way for this to work. Think of the gamers! And think of the sequences with repeated letters (e.g. Compose * * = ★)!

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issue commentsamhocevar/wincompose

Music sharp symbol in wrong category

I discovered I can type the music sharp sign (♯, UTF-266F) using compose # #.

When I went searching for this in the help, I couldn't find it under Musical Symbols.

It turns out, it was under Math for some reason. It would be nice to move it and the flat sign (♭, U+266D) along with it, and anything else that's somehow under Math.

The "Musical Symbols" block is for use on score writing software like MuseScore. It's not meant for use in plaintext, so there's no point having sequences for any ow those symbols in the first place...

hakanai

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issue commentsamhocevar/wincompose

lower case umlaut sequence impossible to type (ä, ö, ü)

I'm not clear where the two superscript dots should come from in the ä, ö, ü sequences. I don't have those on my keyboard, so how would I be able to type these keys in a sequence? I tried to set a new user defined sequence for those characters. No luck? Can anyone elaborate, please?

What keyboard layout are you using that doesn't have a " (double quote) key? On US keyboards, it's Shift+' (the key next to ;); on a Japanese keyboard, it's Shift+2.

nadworks

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issue commentsamhocevar/wincompose

Impossible to type sequences

The more common symbol is ♪ U+266A EIGHTH NOTE.

U+1D160 is in the Unicode block meant to be used by musical score fonts, instead of plaintext, so there is no point having sequences for anything in there. Your scorewriting program will handle all that for you.

zai-tm

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issue commentsamhocevar/wincompose

"Diaresis" should be relabeled "Diaresis/Umlaut"

In British English, it's spelled "diaeresis", not "dieresis".

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issue commentTemplarian/MaterialDesign

Transparency icon

Well, what makes your off-model icon better, and why are the Material Design Icons not ✌decent✌?

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issue commentTemplarian/MaterialDesign

Transparency icon

I realy need an "opacity" icon and neighter DROP and GRADIENT icons work for what i need.

Here's my suggestions:

opacity-1 opacity-2 opacity-icons.zip

Neither complies with Material Design guidelines. Just use the gradient icon, as it is practically identical to your first suggestion.

davioliveiira

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issue openedkeshikan/DSEG

Combining segments / 個別のセグメントを追加するダイアクリティカルマーク

公式にサポートされてない文字でも、特殊文字を使って合成できるようにして欲しいです。7セグと14セグしか現在はありませんが、将来16セグ版を作ることを想定して、私用領域の中で16個コードポイントを割り当てるのが良いと思います。

コード割当の提案

  • U+E000 上(16セグでは上の左半分)
  • U+E001 右上
  • U+E002 右下
  • U+E003 下(16セグでは下の左半分)
  • U+E004 左下
  • U+E005 左上
  • U+E006 中央横(14、16セグでは中央左半分)
  • U+E007 中央上
  • U+E008 中央下
  • U+E009 左上斜め
  • U+E00A 右上斜め
  • U+E00B 左下斜め
  • U+E00C 右下斜め
  • U+E00D 中央右半分
  • U+E00E 未使用(16セグでは上右半分)
  • U+E00F 未使用(16セグでは下右半分) もちろん、内部的に使っている順番があれば、それを使えばいいだけですが。

例えば、ギリシャ文字のシグマ(Σ)をDSEG14で表示する場合、アンダーバーを入力した後に、E007, E009, E00Bを入力すると出来るようになるでしょう。

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issue commentkeshikan/DSEG

Vestigial white line on numbers

Are you (or the renderer) using an image file to store the digits? It might be that the glyph stored above the 1 and 4 in the spritesheet has the lowest segment enabled, and scaling the image makes the glyph bleed down. It also explains why the issue only happens on 1 and 4, which have the highest segment disabled.

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issue commentctrlcctrlv/lcd-font

Improve some Cyrillic glyphs

image How good/standard is using this shape for [shch]? (Image source)

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Added GLES2-compatible shader

There is still a need for Godot 3 to have a GLES2-compatible shader.

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pull request commentthiagoamendola/godot-color-lut-shader

Added GLES2-compatible shader

@thiagoamendola Hello?

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issue openedTeamRizu/Texture-Font-Generator-2020-Squirrel

Nothing is exported

I downloaded the Europe and Japan builds and neither of them export any files whatsoever.

At first I placed all the variants into one folder. Suspecting that was the problem, I re-extracted each variant in its own folder so that the DLL file isn't overwritten. That did not fix the issue.

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issue openedthiagoamendola/godot-color-lut-shader

Support GLES2

The shader code uses some functions not supported by GLES2, which means this won’t work on Safari. I’ve submitted a pull request that works on GLES2 to solve the problem.

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issue commentthiagoamendola/godot-color-lut-shader

Godot4 support LUT

@thiagoamendola Please close this issue as it isn’t a bug report or a feature request

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