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Philip Jackson wrote
I'm a little lost with this thread and I'm sorry I missed the beginning.
Did it start with a particular branch of LO Writer ?

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I had often wondered how to apply a unicode character using the form
U+266f and have resorted on the few occasions when I needed one, to
inserting Special Characters.

With LO Writer in UbuntuStudio, Alt+x doesn't toggle unicode. In
fact the keyboard shortcut lists show that practically nothing is
defined with the use of the Alt key (only Alt+backspace = undo,
Alt+shift+F8 = Block Area).

Also Ctrl+Shift+u does nothing and is undefined in the keyboard shortcuts.

LibreOffice 4.2.8 went EOL December 2014 -- a lot has happened with the 4.3,
4.4, 5.0, 5.1 and pending 5.2 releases. More current releases are available
from Ubuntu PPA or as DEB packages.

tdf#73691 <>    --
add unicode conversion shortcut like word (alt+x) has been in the source
since August 2015, and is included in 5.1 release onward. 

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