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I'm having this problem where my buttons align correctly until I change the font size of the label, at which point my second set of buttons is misaligned. In the second picture, note how setting the font size of the "Sort by:" label to 2em shifts the buttons "Title," "Creator," and "Date Added" down about 10 pixels. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged html css vertical-alignment font-size or ask your own question. Is it possible to have a secondary managed DNS provider to quickly delegate to when DDOS attack on our *primary* external DNS provider happens?
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Clicking characters in the grid copies them to the Edit Buffer, visible at the bottom of the window, from where they can be copied and pasted into a document. Character Map is a utility that has been supplied with many versions of Windows, but only in more recent versions has it been able to show more than the basic 256 characters.
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Keyman is produced by Tavultesoft and is available in Light, Professional and Developer versions.
ListFont is a freeware utility for Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT that lists the fonts installed on your computer and provides an exceptionally clear display of the glyphs (characters) that they contain.

MainType is a font viewer and manager for Windows 95 and later that provides a vast amount of information about your fonts (installed and not installed).
PopChar Win is a utility that allows you to insert any Unicode BMP character into an editor or word processor, as a plain character, a formatted character or an HTML character entity reference.
PureText is a utility for Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP that strips all formatting from text (including Unicode text) on the clipboard.
Simredo is a Unicode text editor that is written in Java and is intended for use with Windows and Linux. More information about Simredo and a free download are available from the Simredo 3.3 - Java Unicode Editor Web site. TTFDump is a Windows command line utility that parses and labels the tables and subtables that make up a TrueType font and then writes the information to a text file.
Unicode Font Viewer runs under Windows 9x, Windows NT 4 and Windows 2000, and allows you to display the Unicode 2.1 characters from any TrueType Unicode font. Unicode Font Viewer is freeware, and can be downloaded from Unicode Font Viewer for Windows.
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