> Von: Noel Stoutenburg <mjol...@ticnet.com>

> Ernie Wright wrote:
> > Note that in order for this to work, you need to (1) HOLD DOWN the Alt 
> > key while entering the character code, and (2) enter the 0 digit at 
> > the start of the code.

> Thanks, Ernie. In my OP in the thread, I while I did not write that it 
> was necessary to use the leading "0", the character designations I gave 
> all had it. Even though when I hold down the "alt" key, and use the 
> leading "0" to access a special character in my installation of WIN XP 
> home SP3, I get the expected character in every other application, I 
> never get the expected character in GIMP. (NB: I just discovered this 
> behavior in GIMP 2.6.6; I don't know whether it is true in previous 
> versions or not.)


This is how you do enter any Unicode character in a GTK+-based application.

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