Then maybe the fonts on Linux WINE are not that compatible at all.
I don't use WINE, but maybe you can copy the fonts form a Windows OS and install them on WINE?
If that is possible, then maybe even Wingdings would work properly!
PS! Just as a test, try use Wingdings font for your text label graphics object and see if it looks any good!
I'm testing on Windows, fyi.
Suppose this was the use-case: Where I clearly defined the font to be used.
Testing on Win-7 premium.
How to put wingdings in text? Any examples?
Actually you are right! I just tried on my Windows 10 and it does just output "?".
It seems that you will have to use the Wingdings font for the text label graphics object instead. I tried that and it works with Wingdings!
ObjectSetText( "objname", "\xE7\xE8\xE9\xEA", 30, "Wingdings", clrLime );
You've probably realized this by now, but enums are integers. That's what I use most with switch().
But yeah . . . no strings.
sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer
Print("→ ↑ ← ↓");
For example : Using Arial & \x2191 doesn't result in the up-arrow. Its fails with a ? mark.
\x2192 doesn't work either.
Suppose this was the use-case: Where I clearly defined the font to be used
It's an MT4 (bug or limitation ?). It works with MT5.
By the way \x2794 is working too, whatever the font. Which I can't explain as I also thought as Fernando this code is not available for Arial font (or some other fonts), if someone can explain it that would be nice.