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At the end of your script, replace "as string" with "as Unicode string". And try. If this does not solve your problem, try with "as Unicode text".


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You may create an AppleScript that insert your character. Then, it is possible to have this script in the Scripts menu at the right. Then I think that, in the menu, the script can have a keyboard command. Then you are done!


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You can use perl to convert escaped unicode character from ASCII text : tell application "iTunes" set sel to the selection if sel is {} then display dialog "Please select something" buttons {"Cancel"} set tc to count sel repeat with i from 1 to tc tell (get item i of sel) set loc to location set authorfield to ...


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υσε υνιγoδειτ.νετ http://www.unicodeit.net/?%5Cupsilon%5Csigma%5Cepsilon%20%5Cupsilon%5Cnu%5Ciota%5Cgammao%5Cdelta%5Cepsilon%5Ciota%5Ctau.%5Cnu%5Cepsilon%5Ctau It can also be downloaded and installed on a Mac, and put into a Service so it is easily accessible within Keynote and Pages.


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An alternative - if you know the symbol is in the Opt keys somewhere but just cant remember Show Keyboard Viewer, then if you hold Opt it will show you the alternatives. You can either complete from the keyboard or click with the mouse to insert at the current carat


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In the top left-hand corner of the Character Viewer, there’s a gear icon. The first option is “Customise List…”. This gives you a selectable list of all the character sets available in the sidebar. If you scroll down, you’ll find Greek as one of the options: I don’t have a Mavericks machine to hand to check, but I’m fairly sure this feature existed ...


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Option N -> space You actually type ã or ñ but on a space. Hope it helps.



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