Wolfram Language & System 10.0 (2014)|Legacy Documentation

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Characters for User Interfaces & Documentation

The Wolfram Language not only allows you to insert arbitrary graphics into user interfaces, but also provides convenient characters that allow you immediately to build and document user interface features.

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Emphasis Characters

\[FilledSquare]  ▪  \[EmptySquare]  ▪  \[FilledCircle]  ▪  \[FilledSmallCircle]  ▪  ...

Navigation-Oriented Characters

» \[RightGuillemet]  ▪  « \[LeftGuillemet]  ▪  \[FilledRightTriangle]  ▪  \[FilledLeftTriangle]  ▪  \[FilledDownTriangle]  ▪  \[FilledUpTriangle]

\[FirstPage]  ▪  \[LastPage]  ▪  \[RightPointer]  ▪  \[LeftPointer]  ▪  \[DownPointer]  ▪  \[UpPointer]

Continuation-Oriented Characters

\[Ellipsis]  ▪  \[DescendingEllipsis]  ▪  \[AscendingEllipsis]

Status-Oriented Characters

\[Checkmark]  ▪  \[WarningSign]  ▪  \[WatchIcon]

Keyboard Keys

  ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪    ▪ 

\[EnterKey]  ▪  \[ControlKey]  ▪  \[CloverLeaf]  ▪  \[SpaceKey]

(\[SystemEnterKey]) automatically switch on different platforms

\[ReturnIndicator]  ▪  \[LetterSpace]  ▪  Esc \[AliasDelimiter]

Placeholder a labeled place to type