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I wonder, how to copying text with font information? Copying any text from the website below and paste to any document have the exact font style! What is the mechanism behind it?

https://coolfont.org/

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₵ØØⱠ₣Ø₦₮.ØⱤ₲
c҉o҉o҉l҉f҉o҉n҉t҉.o҉r҉g҉
🅒🅞🅞🅛🅕🅞🅝🅣.🅞🅡🅖
☾⊙⊙↳Ϝ⊙♫☂.⊙☈❡

On Mac, just copy/paste it. No special trickery required.

It's presumably dependant on whether your computer recognises &/or already contains the glyphs.

btw, they're not "fonts" as such, they're unicode glyphs.
A glyph is a 'shape'… the letter A is a glyph, just the same as 𠁙 is a glyph [albeit one I don't know the meaning of].
You need to already have a font in your machine that can display the glyph, but it's told to "use that font" simply by being told to print a given glyph [shape]. Your OS then does the rest, figuring out if it has a font containing that glyph to display on your screen.

To take one character from that list as an example. Your computer is told to print the glyph Unicode: U+263E It has a look around & finds that's a 'Last Quarter Moon' so it prints ☾
There was no 'font' instruction sent to it, it figured that out for itself simply from the unicode data U+263E.

Just in case anyone doesn't have the glyphs to see my opening 4 lines, here it is as a simple screen-cap of the section. Different OSes, Browsers, etc may display these slightly differently, depending on precisely which fonts are called by the OS to display them.

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