Created attachment 138959 [details]
Icons in Contents div not rendered
the Contents div folder icon changed from an icon to a Unicode character.
However the character does not render in default Windows 7 fonts with IE11.
See image attached.
Reverting to icon will fix it.
The glyph for Web use maybe should be Unicode 1f4c1 codepoint, rather than 1f5bf (both covered in the Segoe UI Symbol at Windows 10).
Since LO deploys both Noto Emoji and EmojiOne Color, with coverage of 1f4c1 in both, we should be OK with the Unicode glyphs rather than reverting to an Icon.
Also, the 1f4c1 glyph from Segoe UI Symbol should be available on Windows 7/7 SP1 systems with KB279074 installed. Just not the 1f5bf
(In reply to V Stuart Foote from comment #1)
> The glyph for Web use maybe should be Unicode 1f4c1 codepoint, rather than
> 1f5bf (both covered in the Segoe UI Symbol at Windows 10).
> Since LO deploys both Noto Emoji and EmojiOne Color, with coverage of 1f4c1
> in both, we should be OK with the Unicode glyphs rather than reverting to an
> Also, the 1f4c1 glyph from Segoe UI Symbol should be available on Windows
> 7/7 SP1 systems with KB279074 installed. Just not the 1f5bf
Ok, that would be KB2729094. The problem is, 1f4c1 and 1f4c2 have a silly 3D perspective style in many fonts.
Proposal: let's forget the folder and use squared plus and minus:
So .contents-treeview label::before has content: "⊞"
and .contents-treeview input:checked + label::before has content: "⊟";
These have been in Unicode since 1993 and should have wide support.
It brings a nice and familiar interactive UI touch.
Note that next to Index, we use this, which is from 2010: http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/1F50E/index.htm
I guess we got lucky so far.
I did notice in a very spartan NixOS virtual machine that Midori displayed a square in its place.
Ilmari Lauhakangas committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
tdf#114907 Expand and collapse symbols for Contents