Re: New Unicode input utility

From: Doug Ewell (
Date: Fri Dec 30 2005 - 11:35:07 CST

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    Raymond Mercier <rm459 at cam dot ac dot uk> wrote:

    > Quick Unicode has the advantage that it allows one to type the hex
    > value (the 'nnnn' in U+nnnn) when inserting a characters into any
    > application other than Word, but I don't see any other advantage. In
    > Word it is already possible to type nnnn followed by Alt+X to convert
    > it into the character. For other applications, the numeric keypad does
    > require, admittedly, the decimal equivalent to nnnn, which is boring
    > and inconvenient.

    To me, that "only advantage" is a huge one. I look forward to playing
    with Martin's utility.

    Doug Ewell
    Fullerton, California, USA

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