~/.XCompose, I have this line:
<Multi_key> + <3> + <3> : "¯\_(ツ)_/¯" # Shrug.
Which sadly, does not do what I want. Since only the first characters of the shrug is used.
Can I have multiple characters based of one key combinations?
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Compose sequences which outputs strings (as opposed to just boring characters) seem to work in some applications. I’ve only tested a few.
It works in:
It doesn’t work in:
Also your mapping doesn’t work for me. But it does if I remove the plus signs:
<Multi_key> <3> <3> : "¯\_(ツ)_/¯" # Shrug.
And you should escape the backwards slash:
<Multi_key> <3> <3> : "¯\\_(ツ)_/¯" # Shrug.