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Unless you need to combine diacritics--the simplest way is to use the Special
Character button (with Capital Omega icon) on the main toolbar.  The dialog
that opens will allow you to pick specific glyphs from the font in use--or
allow a convenient change to a different font that might have a better glyph

And for the 5.1.0 release, work on enhancement issue of  tdf#73691 -- add
Unicode conversion shortcut like word (alt+x)
<>   will enable
toggle between Hex value and its Unicode glyph.  So if you have specific
glyphs to use--they can be directly input.

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