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Andrew Johnston18/06/2018 10:50:46
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Posted by Neil Wyatt on 17/06/2018 18:37:04

Looks like a browser issue, not one with the website...

Updating the browser on two different computers made no difference. So much for progress.

Andrew

duncan webster18/06/2018 10:59:49
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Posted by Fowlers Fury on 18/06/2018 09:44:49:

Duncan:-
'wasn't aware of your 'trick' ~ good one !. That below is a cut'n'paste from Word 2007 apart from the italic text.

Using Windows 10 with Calibri (Body) type face:-

(Alt+2300), release Alt = strange character like O with umlaut

“if you type 2300 then hold down the alt key and type x, release both and wait for a split second
it converts the 2300 to a diameter sign.” = ⌀

I found that alt+ inserts extended ascii characters, not unicode, but not the ones listed in the table at

**LINK**

for instance if I type alt+234 I get Û whereas I should get a greek omega, and the table I found runs out at 255 (8 bits)

JasonB18/06/2018 13:14:14
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All this talk of the diameter symbol could get confusing as this was originally an electronics article what with the same symbol being used to represent "phase" as in 1-phase or 3-phase, the layman may think you were talking about the diameter of a motorsmile p

Michael Gilligan18/06/2018 13:28:14
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Posted by JasonB on 18/06/2018 13:14:14:

All this talk of the diameter symbol could get confusing as this was originally an electronics article what with the same symbol being used to represent "phase" as in 1-phase or 3-phase ...

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You had me worried for a moment there, Jason ... but I think you will find that it's the Greek letter phi that's used for phase. [the cross-stroke being vertical]

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