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OP already got it, but FYI you can find things like this with shapecatcher.com. I had a feeling those were Canadian syllabics and felt kinda proud when I found them haha. - Source: Reddit / 8 days ago
Probably https://shapecatcher.com, though possibly OtterSou is just a wizard. - Source: Reddit / 22 days ago
Http://shapecatcher.com/ This site lets you draw the Unicode chars and it shows anything alike. - Source: Reddit / 30 days ago
Here's the website where I found it: http://shapecatcher.com/. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
You can look for characters by drawing at http://shapecatcher.com. Though whatever font Activision uses for various swaths of Unicode may make a character look different compared to what you see on other website. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
I almost entirely agree, though I think your third point (typing non-ascii characters) could be less severe with one extra lesson in the typing course most kids are forced to take. When I first took French in 7th grade somehow I learned online you could enter ascii codes (whatever those were) on Windows with alt+numpad, and I still have memorized that alt+130 gives é. Later I moved to Linux where we have a great... - Source: Hacker News / 7 days ago
On Windows, you have to install a tool for it, f.e. WinCompose. It turns the right alt into a "compose" key. - Source: Reddit / 8 days ago
The last option would be to use something like wincompose. It doesn't specifically use alt codes, but gets to the same destination, albeit in a somewhat different way. - Source: Reddit / 11 days ago
(2) Enable the Compose Key both in Linux and Windows. In Windows, I used Wincompose (https://github.com/samhocevar/wincompose). In Ubuntu, I just enabled the toggle in Gnome Tweaks. Compose + (-) minus sign + L = £, while Compose + (=) equal + E = €. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
Wincompose should be able to help you out. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
PopChar - The character map that works!
BabelMap - Unicode Character Map for Windows
Event Viewer - Get help, support, and tutorials for Windows products—Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, and Windows 10 Mobile.
UnicodeChecker - Mac OS X application to explore Unicode.
Gucharmap - Open source character map for the GNOME desktop environment.
SymbSearch - A tool for searching unicode-symbols and copying it to the clipboard.