Currently on a Mac (Windows later).

I changed the font to "Arial Unicode MS" on the button.

And I have PopChar - which when set to font "Arial Unicode MS“ shows the 
character as “Place of Interest Sign” and #8984(2318). So good.

But I have tried many variations from pasting the character which is changed to 
a “?” to entering "⌘”.

So nothing that sticks with the button title.


> On Jan 16, 2019, at 2:08 PM, 4dinug <4di...@mozartiana.com> wrote:
> Hi, John.
> You need to use a font that supports the characte2318)r, which is Unicode 
> U+2318 (colloquially known as the "Place of Interest Sign").
> On my Windows machine (running 4D v17), Arial Unicode MS works for me, with 
> the symbol showing up on form buttons just fine.
> See here for more fonts: 
> http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/2318/fontsupport.htm
> On 1/16/2019 1:13 PM, John J Foster via 4D_Tech wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I would like to show a command symbol (and option of shift as well) as part 
>> of the Title in a button.
>> For example if I have a button with a Title as “CmdT" I’d like to see the 
>> “symbolT” instead.
>> So far copying and pasting the symbol from the Emoji & Symbol Editor does 
>> not work. I cannot find it in the Keyboard viewer. It converts them into “?”.
>> Anyone?
>> Appreciate,
>> John…

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