There are some symbols missing on opensymbol. They are requiered for LO math improvment. The list is on her (on exception of some of them):
Note: the really one important is: U+2119 for setp.
All alphabet letters in OpenSymbol characters are just recatngles, the same shape.
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(In reply to BogdanB from comment #1)
> All alphabet letters in OpenSymbol characters are just rectangles, the same
That is not incorrect.
That simply means the font does not "cover" those Unicode glyphs. Any font chart program, or even LibreOffice's own Special Character dialog will show the actual coverage of the font.
For its use as source for glyph symbols for formulas, bullets, reference marks it is probably not necessary to have full coverage of Latin or Cyrillic blocks. But coverage of the Greek & Coptic Unicode blocks should probably be filled out.
Also, providing full set of glyphs for these Unicode blocks would make sense:
Superscripts and Subscripts -- U+2070–U+209F
Currency -- U+20a0-U+20cf
Letterlike Symbols -- U+2100–U+214F
Number Forms -- U+2150–U+218F
Miscellaneous Technical -- U+2300–U+23FF
Miscellaneous Symbols -- U+2600–U+26FF
Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols -- U+1D400–U+1D7FF
Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs -- U+1F300–U+1F5FF
Emoticons -- U+1F600–U+1F64F
Supplemental Symbols and Pictographs -- U+1F900–U+1F9FF
Those with some mix of Combining diacritics, and Arrow blocks to round out the OpenSymbol font and reducing or removing its PUA glyphs.
Dante: would you like to close this as fixed? :)
(In reply to Buovjaga from comment #5)
> Dante: would you like to close this as fixed? :)
Yes, we can. That will avoid this issue.