"Bunny hill" symbol, used in America for signaling ski pistes for novices
Shawn.Steele at microsoft.com
Sat May 30 22:02:11 CDT 2015
I’m really curious to see one of these signs. Is it a regional thing?
From: Unicode [mailto:unicode-bounces at unicode.org] On Behalf Of Leonardo Boiko
Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2015 1:02 PM
To: Philippe Verdy
Cc: unicode Unicode Discussion
Subject: Re: "Bunny hill" symbol, used in America for signaling ski pistes for novices
You could use U+1F407 RABBIT combined with U+20E4 COMBINING ENCLOSING UPWARD POINTING TRIANGLE, and pretend the triangle is a hill. ⃤
If only we had a combining rabbit, we could add rabbits to U+1F3D4 SNOW CAPPED MOUNTAIN. Or anything else.
2015-05-28 16:46 GMT-03:00 Philippe Verdy <verdy_p at wanadoo.fr<mailto:verdy_p at wanadoo.fr>>:
Is there a symbol that can represent the "Bunny hill" symbol used in North America and some other American territories with mountains, to designate the ski pistes open to novice skiers (those pistes are signaled with green signs in Europe).
I'm looking for the symbol itself, not the color, or the form of the sign.
For example blue pistes in Europe are designed with a green circle in America, but we have a symbol for the circle; red pistes in Europe are signaled by a blue square in America, but we have a symbol for the square; black pistes in Europe are signaled by a black diamond in America, but we also have such "black" diamond in Unicode.
But I can't find an equivalent to the American "Bunny hill" signal, equivalent to green pistes in Europe (this is a problem for webpages related to skiing: do we have to embed an image ?).
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