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I haven't used fonts, but only because I wasn't on a machine that could do
them. I've since moved to an Explorer, and I'm sure that now that I have
them, I'll use them. Also, now that I *have* a computer with Control,
Meta, Super and Hyper keys, I'd be very upset if I couldn't input any
combination I can type as a character.
My vote is for leaving at least bits (and probably font) in the language.
As long as string-char is there when you need efficiency, I don't see
what's wrong with having full chars as well.
It is clear that each hardware/OS combination will want to provide Lisp
programs with getting at any keyboard event the user is capable of