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Old 06-21-2013, 08:13 PM   #3
RbnJrg
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Originally Posted by jcsalomon View Post
Here are a couple I’ve used:Aside from the Asterisk Operator, these are all Unicode symbols from the General Punctuation block—em- and en-dashes, bullets, middle-dots, and angle quotation marks—and should be present in any text font. Unfortunatly this code
Code:
hr.fancy { border: none; text-align: center; }
hr.fancy:after { content: "—»·›–•–‹·«—"; }
is not nearly as well-supported in EPUB readers as is using images.

If you’re embedding the right font, take a further look at the various Unicode symbols blocks.
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Many thanks jcsalomon!
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