The table below shows Mac OS Celtic, which replaces 14 of Mac OS Roman characters with Welsh characters. Like ISO 8859-14, this codepage is intended to represent Welsh language. * The (usually nonprintable) character 0x11 mapped to the Command key glyph (⌘) in many fonts, particularly those intended for use as system fonts. It is mappable to the Unicode character U+2318 ⌘ PLACE OF INTEREST SIGN. The codes 0x12, 0x13, and 0x14 were also used for icons to indicate the shift, option, and control keys in menu items. * The codes 0xA2, 0xA3, 0xA9, 0xB1, and 0xB5 coincidentally have the same character assignment as ISO 8859-1 (and thus Unicode). * Before Mac OS 8.5, the character 0xDB mapped to currency sign (¤), Unicode character U+00A4. * The character 0xF0 is a solid Apple logo. The Un

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  • The table below shows Mac OS Celtic, which replaces 14 of Mac OS Roman characters with Welsh characters. Like ISO 8859-14, this codepage is intended to represent Welsh language. * The (usually nonprintable) character 0x11 mapped to the Command key glyph (⌘) in many fonts, particularly those intended for use as system fonts. It is mappable to the Unicode character U+2318 ⌘ PLACE OF INTEREST SIGN. The codes 0x12, 0x13, and 0x14 were also used for icons to indicate the shift, option, and control keys in menu items. * The codes 0xA2, 0xA3, 0xA9, 0xB1, and 0xB5 coincidentally have the same character assignment as ISO 8859-1 (and thus Unicode). * Before Mac OS 8.5, the character 0xDB mapped to currency sign (¤), Unicode character U+00A4. * The character 0xF0 is a solid Apple logo. The Unicode equivalent U+F8FF is in the Corporate Private Use Area, but it is probably not supported on non-Apple platforms. (en)
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  • The table below shows Mac OS Celtic, which replaces 14 of Mac OS Roman characters with Welsh characters. Like ISO 8859-14, this codepage is intended to represent Welsh language. * The (usually nonprintable) character 0x11 mapped to the Command key glyph (⌘) in many fonts, particularly those intended for use as system fonts. It is mappable to the Unicode character U+2318 ⌘ PLACE OF INTEREST SIGN. The codes 0x12, 0x13, and 0x14 were also used for icons to indicate the shift, option, and control keys in menu items. * The codes 0xA2, 0xA3, 0xA9, 0xB1, and 0xB5 coincidentally have the same character assignment as ISO 8859-1 (and thus Unicode). * Before Mac OS 8.5, the character 0xDB mapped to currency sign (¤), Unicode character U+00A4. * The character 0xF0 is a solid Apple logo. The Un (en)
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  • Mac OS Celtic (en)
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