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This is just an alternative to the above luatex solution of looping over the font table. Instead, we may also use the information from the raw font (with fontloader), where the glyphs are still accessible on the top level, and translate the internal glyph name into a char code via luaotfload's function slot_of_name: \documentclass{article} ...


The method for accessing a specific glyph using fontspec depends on the engine used. With XeTeX, an implementation is \XeTeXglyph554\relax (Thanks egreg). An example document, using the inaccessible glyph with ID 554 from Stevens Titling Pro, Sable Brush, is shown below: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} ...

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