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Old 02-13-2008, 12:08 PM   #8
Hugh Wyn Griffith
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Originally Posted by iamback View Post
What you show there is an upsilon, not a nu (which is "sharper" - look a few rows above to where the nu comes just after the mu in the alphabet).

I guess you could use a regular nu with a combining circumflex.
IIRC what I showed in my message was pasted in from:


957 03BD ν nu ν greek small letter nu

which is not to say that the character set here reproduced it correctly.

The same would be true if I'd pasted it in from the Porson fontset I imagine -- unless the viewer had that fontset and this site could use it?


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