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I just published another small open-source project, Open arrow. It’s an icon-like symbol font for UI
Unicode has quite a few different kinds of arrow symbols, but it's hard to use in web design. For a few reasons:
1. Most fonts do not contain all of these arrow glyphs. Therefore when you use arrow glyphs on UI, they could come out from different fonts.
2. For every font, the size and thickness of the arrow glyphs are slightly different
3. Arrowheads in the fonts are generally much smaller than the arrowheads in the UI.
So I tried to solve this problem with the arrow icon font. Open Arrow is an open-source project with MIT license, thus you can freely modify, distribute and use it 😊