Geological symbols

Hans Åberg via Unicode unicode at
Tue Jan 14 03:21:22 CST 2020

For rendering, you might have a look at ConTeXt, because I recall it has an option whereby Unicode super- and sub-scripts can be displayed over each other without extra processing.

> On 14 Jan 2020, at 06:44, via Unicode <unicode at> wrote:
> Thanks for your reply. I think actually LaTeX is not a good option for our purpose, because we want to create and disseminate datasets which are easy to use and do not require any software or special font installation. Thus, we’ll live with the little bit uglier version.
> Anyway, thanks!
> Thomas

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