The full a-z alphabets and numbers for each of the fancy symbol “fonts” above are too big to copy here, but I’ll paste a couple here to show you:
These fancy letters are symbols that exist in the unicode standard, but you can’t create them using only your keyboard. That’s where I hope this comes in handy.
Press Alt + Enter to turn the Greek layout on and off.
Shift + click a button to insert its upper-case form. Alt + click a button to copy a single character to the clipboard.
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