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Why CharMap in Ubuntu 11.04 for lydian not showing up the correct character set. I checked couple of different character sets(Javanese), its showing up the same boxed hexdecimal values.

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Obviously your font has no support for this codepoint. The site is a good resource to find information about Unicode characters and fonts. If you look up the Lydian letter G (U+10922), you'll find some general information. Furthermore there is a link »fonts that support U+10922«. Here you find 4 fonts which support this lydian letter. I chose as an example Quivira. You can download the TrueType font file (.ttf). After the download finished doubleclick on the file and a font viewer will open. In the bottom right side is a button to install the font. When this is finished, you will have support for the lydian letter G in your system.

The letter looks like:
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+1 That's a great answer, well researched. – Tom Brossman Apr 6 '12 at 21:23

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