I have finished writing a guitar book that I want to sell on iTunes and then on other sites. As it is a music book, I need to use music flat and sharp symbols.
I wrote the book in InDesign and am now in the process of finishing (and learning) the more technical side of things. I used a "b" letter in it's own character style so that I can either replace it with a flat symbol font or other method. I tried using a unicode character for the flat symbol and it works on the iPad and iPhone but not on Adobe Digital Additions.
Should I use unicode characters in the book if it isn't recognised on some readers or does anybody have a better suggestion?
Any musical examples are images. It is in the text that I have the problem. I would have thought images within the text flow would have sizing issues when viewed on different sized screens, unless I could somehow use CSS to size and position the symbols.
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