JeremyMallin,
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I have a lot of special characters memorized (ALT-[key] for windows and long presses for Android) but why is it so needlessly difficult to Google each one individually? Surely someone, somewhere must have compiled a good table of all of them. It would sure come in handy.

airwhale,
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@JeremyMallin

I might be misunderstanding your question, but it sounds like you could just open "Charmap" in Windows? It lists every glyph of the selected typeface. Double-click to copy, if I recall correctly.

JeremyMallin,
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@airwhale
Yes. That works and I have done that before, but for some reason it loads extremely slowly. It is actually faster for me to just bookmark a webpage.

airwhale,
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@JeremyMallin

Oh really? This might indicate some issue with your system, as Charmap is a tiny utility loading a small font file. Good to hear you have a workaround, though.

JeremyMallin,
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@airwhale Also, a more traditional chart with rows and columns would be easier to read.

airwhale,
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@JeremyMallin

I think one issue with tables is the size of current Unicode alphabets, but there's always Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Unicode_characters

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