SeaMonkey Composer symbols

March 2, 2010 at 16:28:55
Specs: Windows XP, duocore 2.8GH/2GB
I usually write my HTML documents with SeaMonkey composer. I almost never need scientific symbols.

Composer has a list of the most used symbols but it hasn't got what I need.
This time I need two. the greek 'theta' and 'delta'

I tried using my greek font but that changes the ENTIRE document into greek symbols.

I,d be most grateful if someone knows how to add those two symbols alone.

Bye and thanks


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March 2, 2010 at 17:39:29
Here are what I found for the unicodes for the following symbols:
Small delta = 003b4
Capital delta = 00394
Small Theta = 003b8
Capital Theta = 00398

You can try the following:
Type the unicode for the desired symbol
Then hit ctrl-X
This works in Wordpad, maybe it also works in Seamonkey.

There are some hints about using unicode on the following web page:

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March 3, 2010 at 00:07:24
Many thanks, Yes I'll try this a little later today as it sounds that it should solve the problem.

Bye Fred.

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March 3, 2010 at 16:13:34
You're very welcome. Good luck, I hope it works out.

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March 5, 2010 at 11:31:28
Sorry for the thank-you delay. Yes indeed it works fine.
I would add tha ( I have since found) you can switch composer to the source code view. Then use the tag to specify that one character . Once you close the tag you are back in the
original arial or new century or whatever that you were using.

But anyway you gave me the push to start thinking .-)

Bye and thanks

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