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You can install a custom keyboard like Dvorak Extended, an example of which is found at http://fwvdijk.org/ Or create substitutions for the needed characters in system preferences/keyboard/text
UnicodeChecker UnicodeChecker is an excellent app showing each of the possible Unicode characters. Search the more than 110,000 characters by name with a press of Command+F. Use the Favorites menu to quickly access your frequently-used characters.
Install Karabiner. Place this in your private.xml (~/Library/Application Support/Karabiner) <item> <name>Use Space as Command modifier</name> <identifier>private.space_command_key</identifier> <autogen>__KeyOverlaidModifier__ KeyCode::SPACE, KeyCode::COMMAND_L, KeyCode::SPACE</autogen> ...
The application needs to implement Auto Text Expansion and it hasn't been implemented in Chrome yet. You could try this Chrome plugin Auto Text Expander. You'll have to again add the text-expansions though. Mac's Text expansion should work in Safari though. If not already enabled, you can enable by typing the following in terminal. defaults write -g ...
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