1. find out decimal code point number of the character
2. keep alt pressed and use number pad to enter the decimal codepoint number
3. release alt
4. unicode character will appear at the cursor location
On 29 January 2013 22:09, Narayani Barve <barve.n...@gmail.com>
I see the similar issue posted in the group before, I did not see any solution. I want to write few words which are not transliterated properly when I write english spelling. I want to open insert unicode character menu, but it does not open at all. I tried in 3 different browsers, mozilla, chrome and internet explorer. But I have the same issue in all these 3 browsers.
Is there any other solution to insert the words I wish to write. I tried IME, but still that does not work.
Any help appreciated.
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