Using mscore.ttf "Emmentaler" glyphs (characters) in Windows 10
Trouble accessing all the cool glyphs (characters) I see in the SMUFL reference.
I downloaded and installed https://github.com/musescore/MuseScore/blob/master/fonts/mscore/mscore…
I downloaded and referred to http://www.smufl.org/files/smufl-1.18.pdf It has apparently thousands of glyphs. Very nice. Maybe the wrong reference?
I modified my registry to create a string registry value in Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Input Method called EnableHexNumpad with the value of 1
a) I found double sharp U+E263 under Standard Accidentals in the reference and tried typing "+E263" using the number pad for numbers while holding the [ALT] key. I got a dot. Something, but not what I expected.
b) I found time signature 0 (small staff) uniE080.ss01 under Recommended stylistic alternates and tried typing "+E080" using the number pad for numbers while holding the [ALT] key. I got a nice picture, but it wasn't a 0. Apparently I am accessing the wrong glyphs, and they don't even seem musical though they are coming from MScore.ttf.
I used the Windows native Character Map program to see and use a few hundred glyphs from MScore. But I do not see all the glyphs in the SMUFL document including leger [sic] lines.
I am getting value from mscore.ttf, but not all the value I see in the SMUFL reference.
A. Do I have the wrong reference?
B. Do I have the wrong ttf font file?
C. Am I using the wrong Windows 10 entry methods?