propeller sign

bastioon's picture


in order to work on a manual for a program running on apple. i am looking for any font that has the propeller (instead of apple) sign in it.
i just cannot find it anywhere.

thank you for quick help!


ralf h.'s picture

The Apple sign () and the special interest sign (⌘) are different glyphs in a font. You will find them in almost any system font on Mac OS X.

oldnick's picture

It's also in the lowercase z position in Wingdings...

puffinry's picture

In Unicode, it's called PLACE OF INTEREST SIGN (U+2318). If you're using a Mac, you can find it in loads of fonts including Lucida Grande; if you're using Windows, you can find it in Arial Unicode.

On a Mac, you can insert it using the character palette (under Technical Symbols). I don't know how you'd insert it on Windows.

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