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RE: "Greater Than" symbols used for other things

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From: Ian.Lloyd@nationwide.co.uk
Date: Sep 30, 2002 1:04AM


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That's great - I didn't even know it existed. However, it no work in
Netscape 4, and unfortunately we still have to support that beast of an
excuse of a browser

:-(

Ian Lloyd, Electronic Channels
Nationwide Building Society

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From: <EMAIL REMOVED> [mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ]
Sent: 28 September 2002 22:37
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Subject: RE: "Greater Than" symbols used for other things


The right-arrow character, &rarr; or &#8594;, works adequately well
in many browsers and is obviously the only character to use to
signify an right arrow *because it is one*.

Still and all, simulations and substitutions are possible. I do not
see how many of the alternatives suggested are hugely worse. I think
right double guillemet