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Old 02-11-2008, 07:06 PM   #2
Hugh Wyn Griffith
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I am looking for the small greek symbol 'nu'(italic v) with a hat (^) on/above it. I've tried lots of fonts, including Charis SIL. Does anyone know of this symbol? As you can guess, I'm typing up equations! I'm writing directly into InDesign, using glyphs.
Thanks, Aylwen
This looks like it in Porson Greek a TT font on my VISTA machine. However its properties indicate it is a Monotype font for OUP (I have NSOED on board) so I don't know how you would access it. Maybe the Character code 0x21 would locate it in other, say Unicode, fonts?

Doing a Google on [Greek symbol "nu"] leads me diffidently to ask about the "hat"/circonflex since the examples in WIKI and in the HTML code document don't show one by only an italic v

In which case Microsoft's Verdana has it, as shown in the second image, when you select Windows Greek as the character set.

Hope that helps.
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