Re: [tdf-discuss] Natural join symbol
On 02/23/2014 02:40 PM, Bashar Maree wrote:
How can one insert a natural join symbol (bow tie) in both writer and math?
Do you have the reference number for where it might be in the list of
characters in a font?
I found it, so you should, but you may need a Unicode font, since many
of the other fonts I looked at do not include that character.
In Writer. . .
Insert > Special Character
Choose a Unicode font or one of the better ones for mathematic characters
Subset - Mathematical Operators
Go to Unicode character - "U+22C8"
I found it in "Lucida Sans Unicode". "DejaVu Sans". "Chrysanthi
Unicode", "Everson Mono Unicode".
It was weird that "Arial Unicode" did not have it, even though it is my
largest Unicode font set.
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