If you're on a mac, press the shift key, option key, and the hyphen key all at the same time.
On a PC, press Alt+0151
You can copy/paste this one for now, –
You can also go into text capsule editor and click the omega sign, you'll discover all sorts of interesting other symbols.
The editbot doesn't like two hyphens (--), at least in titles. It replaces them with the em dash.
On a PC, Alt+0151 only works if the numbers are entered via the numeric keypad (e.g. the number keys across the top of the keyboard won't work).
by DS 9 years ago
After using a comma in a basic sentence is there a space after the comma? I'm not sure if to use comma, space or just comma,then continue writting?
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by Earl Noah Bernsby 6 years ago
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