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Thanks for sharing your additional thoughts.

Weird thing. On my old Dell Latitude laptop running W10 doesn’t seem to
display when the Numbers Lock is on/off. No light, no designation on screen.

When I type in U on the keyboard and then press the Number lock key and
then type in the first number after a zero in any of these sequences the
cursor jumps to other areas of the Writer document. I then tried U+035F in
Symbol font it created an underlined Your but when I copied and pasted into
the video editing program it just copied Your without the underline.

Maybe it’s a quirk of this video editing program. I’ve posted on that video
editing program forum to ascertain if it’s a feature they offer under
another page or need to develop.

Thanks again!

From: V Stuart Foote <>
Date: Sun, Oct 24, 2021 at 7:05 PM
Subject: Re: [EXTERNAL] Special Character - checkmark
To: <>


Well you could try the Unicode combining glyphs -- U+035F COMBINING DOUBLE

Enter "U+0059U+035fU+006fU+035fU+0075U+035fU+0072" and then toggle with
<Alt>+X, effectiveness will vary by font.

Alternatively, LO provides an artificial underline effect from the 'Format
Chracter' dialog (Format -> Character on main menu) on the 'Font Effects'
tab: Underlining decoration.

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