Designed by Tom Schmidt, SansFractions is a dingbat font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Boover Software.
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SansFractions and SeriFractions were created to fill a numerical void in the font world, the lack of fractions.
SansFractions is similar to Helvetica, and SeriFractions is similar to Times. Each font has a full set of diagonal and vertical fractions for 1/2 through 8/9, and also 16ths and 32nds.
It also has a partial set of mathematical symbols, including the true multiply (x) symbol, which I’ve never seen in any font. Most people just use a lowercase x.
Characters are contained on all four standard levels of the Macintosh keyboard (no modifier, shift, option, shift-option) and the no modifier and shift levels for Windows. A key caps/character map sheet is included.