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[libreoffice-users] Re: insert non-breaking semi-space

Eric Beversluis wrote
> Thanks. Looks like I want to use “thin space” Hex 200A. Is there an easy
> way to do that from the keyboard? None of the ways I’ve used on Linux or
> Windows seem to work.
> Eric Beversluis

Johnny Rosenberg wrote
> https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/183045/how-can-i-type-unicode-characters-without-using-the-mouse
> Kind regards

More simply, if you know the Unicode point desired, U+200A --it can be
directly entered into LibreOffice and then toggled directly. The shortcut in
Windows, Linux is: <Alt>+x.

If macOS we had to use a different shortcut: CMD+Option+x

(implemented in tdf#73691 as modified, macOS assigned internally in
LibreOffice source to use X_MOD1_MOD2).

That should allow you to directly enter a known Unicode glyph, just be
mindful that if working with a font that does not define a glyph you'll be
dependent on font fallback and/or will receive an "undefined glyph"
placeholder on document canvas.


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[libreoffice-users] insert non-breaking semi-spaceEric Beversluis <ebever@researchintegration.org>
Re: [libreoffice-users] insert non-breaking semi-spaceEric Beversluis <ebever@researchintegration.org>
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