On Tuesday, 13 May 2008 at 22:25:37 -0600, Chad Perrin wrote:
  : I'm looking for an easier way to insert interrobangs and other non-ASCII
  : characters (em-dashes, et cetera) into text on my FreeBSD laptop than by
  : way of copy/paste.  Any recommendations?  A hunt-and-select clicky GUI
  : probably wouldn't be any better than just copy/paste, but something like
  : holding down Alt while typing 8253 might be an improvement.

Like ✌? or like ね? or like ㄘ? How about 蒓? I just used KCharSelect. 
It's listed under ports[1]. I have no idea what tools exist out there that 
allows you to do that using certain keybindings though.

[1] http://www.freebsdports.info/ports/misc/kdeutils3.html
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