The library used by Glyphotext features a rich structure and advanced categorization, allowing fast and efficient browsing.
Each sign in the Library is accompanied by a description, a bibliopgrahic reference to their source, their phnetic representation and vocabulary words in which they are seen (when applicable).
Each glyph is also color-tagged depending on their type (black for standard signs, green for additionnal glyphs and blue for extended glyphs).
With a single mouse click, you can toggle the display of additionnal and extended glyphs, leaving only the standard glyphs visible.
Another mouse click and you can see a large scale picture of the selected glyph to make them easier to identify.
Not only are glyphs classified by the "classic" Gardiner categories, but each one of those categories is itself divided into more precise sub-categories, making it much easier to locate the glyphs you are looking for.
The Library also allows to browse for glyphs based on their general geometric form: the forms category (vertical signs, horizontal signs, small signs, composite signs), primitives (circles-ovals, squares-rectangles, triangles, lines)