Tim Nelson:
There's some standard that says this is how to generate unicode:

1. Hold down Ctrl+Shift
2. Press U
3. Type the hexadecimal for the unicode character
4. Release Ctrl+Shift
This works under GNOME, which also has a variant that is a little
friendlier to the fingers (and probably also works better with various
accessibility changes to the shift keys):

1. Press Ctrl+Shift+U
2. Release; see 'underlined u' feedback
3. Type the hex for the Unicode character (leading 0's optional);
hex digits continue showing underline feedback
4. Press Enter; underlined u and digits are replaced with final glyph


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