At 11:26 am 11/28/95 -0800, Graham Brown wrote:
>When using the Trademark "TM" symbol is there a standard at which
>point size the TM symbol mark should be in relation to the name.
Jerrold Maddox replied:
You can use the ASCII HTML -  -to get the standard size.
I'm afraid you can't: code 129 is defined as "unused" (see
probably thinking of ™ which is the TM symbol in SGML (and
therefore in HTML) but most browsers are so broken they don't support
More worrying, however, is why you should think that that code should
give you any idea of relative height. It's implemented differently in
every font, so there's no such thing as a `standard size'.
If I have to invent a TM for occasions where the font fails to provide
one, I have successfully used a sans face (always) at 2/3 the x-height
of the body font, positioned so that the top of it aligns with the cap
height (not the ascender height). But this is a matter of personal