Now I really want a font that supports the “Per” symbol. Anyone know of one, or how to search for such a font?
I can’t even find another source for info about the “per” symbol, aside from this entry in the unicode table, let alone a modern font that supports it. The Wikipedia article for that unicode character redirects to “Ratio”.
Firefox inspector reveals the font rendering as “Unviersalia”. At least on my Arch Linux it renders correctly everywhere, including VTE-based terminals, but I can’t verify which font file it comes from.
EDIT: Of course Noto includes this. Also, /usr/share/fonts/misc/10x20.pcf.gz, 6x12.pcf.gz, Code2000.ttf, and Symbola.otf
/usr/share/fonts/misc/10x20.pcf.gz, 6x12.pcf.gz, Code2000.ttf, and Symbola.otf
fileformat.info has a handy “fonts that support this” link - https://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/214c/fontsupport.htm