I'm sorry you had to go through that. But thanks for debugging our spreadsheets for us.
Please try the new version of the spreadsheets, and the new font to go with them, in the 4th shell point at https://sagittal.org
The reason the previous versions didn't show the Olympians or Magratheans is that they were only accepted into the SMuFL symbol set (version 1.4) a few months back, but the W3C haven't yet released it, and so Steinberg hasn't yet updated Bravura and Bravura Text to include them. They are due any day.
In the meantime, I have uploaded a version of Bravura Text
that we have modified to include the Olympians and Magratheans, and named Bravura Text SC
, because any modified version must legally have a different name. And so I had to also update the spreadsheets to use Bravura Text SC
I note that it took Windows 10 several minutes to install Bravura Text SC
on my computer. But once installed it seems to be working fine. But I note that, in programs whose menus show font names set in their own font, Bravura Text SC will look like a black blob. But it will
be in alphabetical order.
This can't be avoided, due to other changes we've made in the font, for other purposes. Namely that the characters have zero "advance width" and so to even get them to show up in the spreadsheet, every symbol is now followed by an "em space" (U+2003).
I also made another update to the spreadsheets, that is not yet in the PDF. We recently decided to name the comma part of each symbol's pitch description using "directed names" with slashes, instead of the old "undirected names" that used colons (which can still be seen in the "SMuFL description" column on the far right). For example
is now called "1/5-comma" while
is called "5-comma". So one can immediately see which would be used for the harmonic and which for the subharmonic.