Inserting special characters
 
At times you may wish to insert into your text special characters into the article which are not found on the standard keyboard, but which are available by entering their ASCII table character codes. You can do this in at least three ways:
 
1. The most convenient way to insert a special character might be the Charactermap. Just can click on the Character map toolbutton in the "Article edit" toolbar and select your character from there. This also works on the current tree node, but only if you are in the process of editing the node title. See also Character map.
 
2. If you know the character's ASCII code, you can enter any character with ASCII value from 30 to 255, by pressing Alt+0 (zero), then type the ASCII value, then press enter.
 
3. Alternatively, cick Menu: Insert⁄Character, fill in the ASCII code, and click OK.
 
 
Additional information:
Character map
Entering symbols
Entering the Euro symbol
Disabling ALTGR shortcuts
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