This version is a minor release with a new keyboard shortcut to insert characters not available directly through the keyboard.
If you know the hexadecimal Unicode code of a character, you can insert it to the document in the following way:
- Type the code in the document.
For example, to insert the mathematical sign for sum (∑), type its hexadecimal Unicode code: 2211.
Note that when the character's code is shorter than 4 digits (for example, "B9" or "1FC"), it should be typed with extra leading zeroes ("00B9" or "01FC").
- Press AltX to replace the character's code with the actual character.
Note that the Alt+X shortcut can be used not only to insert characters to the document, but also to obtain the hexadecimal Unicode code of any character in the document. To do so, select a character in the document whose code you want to obtain, and press AltX. The selected character would be replaced with its hexadecimal Unicode code.
See more release notes.