I'd like to use UTF8 math symbols, when typing one list, another list. I've found sth called ComposeKey. Unfortunately it's not covering omega, theta, rightarrow etc. I am using KDE, I've tried ...
I use Ubuntu.. In 'gnome-terminal', I can type Unicode Codepoints by first typing Ctrl-Shift-u followed by the Codepoint hex value, eg. C-S-u 2468 produces ⑨ konsole, my preferred terminal, does ...
It's like this: “ (U+201C) ” (U+201D).
I want to print a conjunct unicode characters (which do not have dedicated unicode value assigned to it, but which can be print using the combination of unicode characters) using a single key stroke ...