When using the keyboard shortcuts functionality in macOS (i.e. substitution of a sequence of characters to another sequence of characters), I see that it's randomly detecting the uppercase vs. lowercase.
- if I write "\Theta" I get the uppercase Theta Θ, perfect.
- if I write "\theta" I get the lowercase theta θ, perfect.
- if I write "\Omega" I end up the the uppercase Ω, perfect.
- if I write "\omega" I end up the the uppercase Ω, not perfect, even though in System Preferences I mapped lowercase "\omega" to the lowercase omega symbol ω.
Is this normal? What can I do so that it distinguishes lowercase and uppercase characters all the time ?
(I'm currently running macOS High Sierra 10.13.5)
Edit : Some shortcuts stop to work when I add another but others start to work again doing so. For example : "^2" was working but not "ⁿ" (i.e. "^n"). When I added τ (i.e. "\tau") the "^2" stopped working but the "ⁿ" now works back. Also, since I added "τ" the ω and Ω is now solved. How strange. There seems to be some conflicts between some shortcurts.