How to type a long s?

+7 votes
128 views

Like an f without the crossbar.  Very common in English until the 20th century.

 

in The Tree House by Living Horace G2G6 Pilot (646k points)

Never seen that character... you learn as long as you live

 

I think that was provoked by a thread about eszett, which you don't really need and won't sort and search sensibly.

3 Answers

+2 votes
Alt-383 (I have to put more verbiage down to satisfy the 10 character minimum)
by Helmut Jungschaffer G2G6 Pilot (614k points)
+2 votes
In a bio try using Character 383 by entering (without the space):

& # 3 8 3 ;
by Rob Ton G2G6 Pilot (296k points)
+2 votes

Thanks both - that works nicely.

I even got it into a CLN using the & code, but I had to save it twice

Crossley-372

by Living Horace G2G6 Pilot (646k points)

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