Apple provides a Character Viewer (formerly the Character Palette) utility which allows users to look up and insert individual characters. Once it is installed, users can enter symbols for math, East Asian languages and other scripts.
Note: The utility may not work with applications or sites that do not fully support Unicode.
Note: The Character Viewer utiltiy was formerly named the Character Palette from versions 10.2-10.5.
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