From: Otto Stolz (Otto.Stolz@uni-konstanz.de)
Date: Wed Dec 01 2004 - 11:58:57 CST
Georg Vogeler schrieb:
> a triple St. Andrew's Cross (like an x).
> As I didn't find anything like that at unicode.org I wonder if this
> character - or something likely - is already part of the unicode standard?
Alas, U+3E1A has one cross too much ;-)
What do you mean by "triple": How are those crosses aligned?
If they are written side-by-side, you could use three instances of
one of the following characters:
U+00D7 Multiplication sign
U+02DF Modifier letter cross accent
If they, however, are on top of each other, there seems
to be no way but using some hack, such as
Or, perhaps, you could (ab)use asterisks, or dots instead, e. g.
U+2042 Asterism (i. e. 3 asterisks, in a triangle shape)
U+2051 Two asterisks aligned vertically
U+22EE Vertical ellipsis
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