In need of a font that renders a "bullet" character BOTH in TrueType (or other) form AND when converted to ASCII.
Ideally we need the character to generate this symbol in ASCII (as shown in the chart at http://www.ascii-code.com/
DEC OCT HEX BIN Symbol HTML Number HTML Name Description
149 225 95 10010101 • • • Bullet
As an example, we use the ZapfDingbats character represented by lower-case n to serve as the bullet in Word documents. However, when the documents are converted to webpage, the bullets simply appear as lower-case n. What font does both -- create a bullet for .doc and a bullet for .txt.
Bookman Old Style
- depress the Alt
key, type 7, (or 249, or 250), from the number pad
, release Alt
Edited on Apr 02, 2013 at 19:29 by metaphasebrothel
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Just one other question. I suppose there are many answers. How do *you* say "ASCII" ?
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