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I wish I could help, but I don't understand the context of your problem. Is this for a game? Are you looking to program this? Do you need to code a function that takes this space into account? You can easily do this with jQuery...


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System fonts providing that space you're looking for: Geneva Regular, Sathu Regular, Myanmar Sangam MN Regular, Malayalam Sangam MN Regular, PT Mono Regular, Lao Sangam MN Regular, Khmer Sangam MN Regular, Kannada Sangam MN Regular, Oriya Sangam MN Regular, Gurmukhi Sangam MN Regular. No system fonts providing that space you're looking for: Nexa Light ...


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Why not instead of dummy spaces insert some straight slashes/vertical lines? Something like this: "_ | _ | _ | _ | _ | _" It would make it look like a string of boxes, or like there are some walls between the letters, but for your purpose it's as clear as it can get. If the vertical lines are too big, try using some commas: _ , _ , _ , _ , _ Choose a ...


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Adding an extra space is the only fully portable answer, as even common fonts are only guaranteed on specific operating systems. Look-alike fonts are not guaranteed to look alike in minor details like underscore spacing. Not all clients support web fonts. If you are OK with using images, you could use a small 'underscore' image with the desired spacing. If ...


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The font size should be legible for every language, which means that you may need to bump it up (or down) depending on the language used. Usability experts used to recommend a minimum of 16 pt font for websites, but with the introduction of responsive design and the multitude of devices the key has become using the correct scale font based on the screen size ...


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1) You can simply use a different font, one that has all the characters. 2) You could include a fallback font that is somewhat similar to your main font, but includes more glyphs/characters. That way your main text is rendered with the original font and any characters not included in that font, should fallback to the other font. (That's how I assume it to ...



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