On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 10:23 PM, Jochen Georges <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I would like to insert the unicode-character
"mathematical double-struck capital t"(\u1D54B)
into a writer-odt-document.
can i type the unicode \u1D54B directly into the text and convert
somehow, like I do in "gedit" (a texteditor for linux)?
In Linux and GTK+ applications (such as gedit, firefox and
libreoffice), you can type
Ctrl+ Shift + U
and at this point you write 1D54B. Finally, you press Spacebar. You get 𝕋.
See more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode_input
If you type these characters very often, it should be possible to
create an extension
that adds more comfortable mnemonics. For example )mT for 𝕋, )mI for 𝕀, etc.
The extension would make use of the Autocorrect feature in LibO.
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