I have a problem with Autokey: I can't copy-paste through it a special Unicode character. Here is an example:
I am French, and in French writing, you use a space before a semi-colon. But in formal typography, you don't use a regular space before a semi-colon but a ‘narrow no-break space’ which is the Unicode character U+202F.
So when I am writing formal things in French, instead of always wasting time typing CTRL+Shift+U+
202F+ENTER+;+space', I would like to use an Autokey new phrase. Using the abbreviation
Space+;; (which means, verbally, typing space, then semi-colon twice). Which means when I type (anywhere)
space+;;, autokey transforms it into
; (which is a narrow no-break space followed by a semi-colon).
BUT the problem here is this: when I create a new phrase in Autokey with
;, then when I use the abbreviation, Autokey replaces it only with
;, erasing the narrow no-break space. And it appears it does this with any other too-special Unicode character...
Does anyone have an idea of how to get round this issue?
Thanks a million!