UnicodeString

Silverlight

Gets or sets the string that represents the Unicode string for the Glyphs object.

<object UnicodeString="unicodeString"  .../>
value = object.UnicodeString
object.UnicodeString = value

Type: string

A string value that represents the Unicode string with XAML-compatible encoding.

This property is read/write. The default value is an empty string.

The Glyphs object does not have a content property (that is, you do not define the glyphs by declaring text as the inner text of a Glyphs object element). Instead, you specify the individual glyphs through either UnicodeString or Indices. Using UnicodeString is probably the most common scenario, because it is easiest to capture a Unicode string from the output of various applications that are used to compose text. You can use UnicodeString to specify the basic glyph information, and then adjust values in Indices to refine the advance and offset spacings within the set of glyphs

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