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Name: Unicode mac
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You can key unicode hex input directly into any application in Mac OS X. I'll explain how, assuming that you are using default keyboard settings. First, I'll briefly. To use the keyboard directly with their code numbers, first enable Unicode Hex Input in System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Input Sources. Inspired by that, I investigated how to do the same on a Windows or Mac OS X machine in general. These two glyphs correspond to Unicode.
The answer was to access Emoji & Symbols menu bar from the document by clicking CMD+CTRL+SPACE or through menu bar: Edit - Emoji. First make sure Unicode Hex Input is enabled in System be able to enter unicode characters by holding Option while you type the numbers. Some people have noticed, and begun using, the unicode values for the Apple Logo. This is probably fine for Mac-only applications. But it is NOT appropriate.
In macOS the "Emoji & Symbols" (⌘ Command + Ctrl + Space) menu In Mac OS and later: one chooses the Unicode Hex Input. Prior to Mac OS X very few applications made use of the Unicode support provided by the operating system, but this situation looks set to change with Mac OS X. Now you can get Khmer Unicode working on Mac. You can browse webpages with your favorite browser or use word processing with Khmer Unicode. Khmer.