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I tell you what I'll do: I go to one of the UTF-8 reference web pages
and visually pick one of the symbol that fits my need and find a way to
insert it into my doc, likely noting its codenumber... so for me
:U_1234: is quiker than any other name I did not memorize.

Yet another useless resource in LibreOffice.

I'm used to enter some characters as Unicode numbers (Ctrl+Shift+U1234 in Linux) and I'm not able to remember more than a few very often used codes. So I appreciate a lot that I can type ":degree:" instead of typing few bad trials followed by searching on web or in the special characters table...

Best regards,

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