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Re: Inverted (=reflected) N

> (1) It may be worth using the glyph names in 
> Lucida Sans Unicode, where they exist (of course, UNICODE
> doesn't cover all the math glyphs you want, but quite a few...).

I do not see much point in spending time on discussing such things; but
this is surely only one of many possibilities.

> (2) Glyph names aren't quite arbitrary. Some software figures out
> the appropriate UNICODE number using a fixed table of
> glyph names (ATM for NT being the prime example).

This sounds very worrying but perhaps I misunderstand it.
Hence some questions:

  where does ATM find the names to look up in its arbitrary (I assume)
  fixed table?

  what does it do with the number it finds in the table?