The title above is rendered incorrectly in Ubuntu 12.04 as:
The unicode title identifications are correct for the codes but the symbols are switched. EOT ␄ is the same as control-D but unfortunately the wrong symbol is used. (likewise ENQ ␅ control-E)
Found an error in font in Ubuntu, where and how should I report it?
Escalation info not pursued. Is there a more immediate solution?
How can I configure default fonts by unicode blocks or single codepoints?
An answer to this question would provide some remedial info.
Curios - interesting asides:
What feature is at play when Ctrl+Shift+Alt+U,E "types" an unprintable hex 000E?
Note: The glyph code
u+240E␎ (which also is wrong!) is used when referring to
u+000Eaka SO (Shift Out) or control-N, basically any control code is rendered as a symbol by adding 2400hex to the control code to get the equivalent Unicode glyph.
Wikipedia control code chart showing associated glyphs
Compare the chart's ENQuiry ENQ, End Of Transmission EOT and Shift Out SO character symbols on a machine which renders them correctly (ie. NOT a stock Ubuntu 12.04 OS machine), with
character map(run it from the utility icon or use a terminal command:
End of Transmission symbol
Also the u+240e glyph is wrong for Shift Out, SO, ^N, u+000e
Can these be easily fixed?