Komodo Edit UTF-8 & HTML key bindings

instructions ↓
uppercase
Shift+Ctrl+Alt+ AZ with
following combo keystroke:
`grave ÀÈÌÒÙ
Alt `acute ÁĆÉÍĹŃÓŔŚÚÝŹ
'caron / apostrophe ligature Ľ
^circumflex ÂÊÎÔÛŶ
Alt ^caron ǍČĚǏŇǑŘŠǓŽ
Alt 6
Ctrl ^breve ĂĔĞĬŎŬ
-macron ĀĒĪŌŪȲ
~tilde ÃĨÑÕŨ
.diaeresis (2 dots above) ÄËÏÖÜŸ
Ctrl .dot above ȦĖİŻ
%ring above ÅŮ
Ctrl -stroke ĦƵ
/diagonal stroke ŁØ
,cedilla/cedille/ogonek ĄÇĘŞ
Alt Insertreversed (not schwa) Ǝ
Shift Ctrl Alt A…Zligatures: AE OE ÆŒ
Shift Ctrl Alt EnterGreek: ΑΒΓΔΕΖΗΘΙΚΛΜΝΞΟΠΡΣΤΥΦΧΨΩ ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX
lowercase
Ctrl+Alt+ az with
following combo keystroke:
`grave àèìòù
Alt `acute áćéíĺńóŕśúýź
'caron / apostrophe ligature ďľť
^circumflex âêîôûŷ
Alt ^caron ǎčěǐňǒřšǔž
Alt 6
Ctrl ^breve ăĕğĭŏŭ
-macron āēīōūȳ
~tilde ãĩñõũ
.diaeresis (2 dots above) äëïöüÿ
Ctrl .(no)dot above ȧėıż
%ring above åůẙ
Ctrl -stroke ħƶ
/diagonal stroke łø
,cedilla/cedille/ogonek ąçęş
Ctrl Alt a…zligatures: ae oe sz æœß
Crtl Insertturned (not schwa) ɐǝ
Alt Insertreversed ɘ
Ctrl Alt EnterGreek: αβγδεζηθικλμνξοπρστυφχψω abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwx
Shift Ctrl Alt EnterGreek: first-key r is ς
overview: extended symbol characters
KEY
Ctrl
Shift
Ctrl
Shift
Ctrl
Alt

Ctrl
Alt


Alt
Shift

Alt
1 ! filled circle ¡ dotted empty circle empty circle ¹
2 @ © ® ² ½
3 # ¾ ³
4 $ £ ¥ ¢ ¤ ¼
5 % °degrees empty bullet filled bullet
6 ^
7 && empty square bullet filled square bullet musical sharp
8 * ×mathematical multiplication sign n-Ary product ۞eight-point-star:
Arabic start of Rub El Hizb
9 ( ƒ(Fahrenheit)(Function) script f with hook (length) Latin small capital “C”
(Centigrade)
modifier letter small “c”
(Celsius)
µmicro ornate left parenthesis
0 )∅ empty set ∅ N/A ohms Ølatin capital O with stroke ﴿ornate right parenthesis
, <&lt; left-right arrow&hArr; horizontal double arrow ⇔ single left angle quotation mark «double left angle quotation mark high-reversed-9 quotation mark low-9 quotation mark mathematical less-than or equal-to
. >&gt; ellipsis single right angle quotation mark »double right angle quotation mark ¨diaeresis ·middle dot mathematical greater-than or equal-to
/ ? division slash ¿ intersection fraction slash ÷
= +&cong; ≅ ± n-Ary summation partial differential
- _&shy; soft-hyphen mathematical minus sign ¯macron double oblique hyphen em dash&emdash; en dash&endash; double low line
` ~ ´acute (reverse) accent mark § triple-prime mark
(seconds)
double-prime mark
(minutes)
(inches)
prime mark
(hours)
(feet)
[ { single left quote double left quote double high-reversed-9 quotation mark male ¬“not” sign top half integral
] } single right quote double right quote double low-9 quotation mark female reversed “not” sign bottom half integral
\ | ¦ integral
; : estimated symbol see HTML table
' "&apos; &quot; π

Greek small pi
ratio of circle
(C = 2πr = πd)
(A = πr²)
(180° = π radians)
The decimal representation of π truncated to 50 decimal places is:
π ≈ 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510

ΠGreek capital Pi ˁreversed glottal stop ˀglottal stop φ

Greek small phi
“ratio of life”
the “Golden Mean”
φ ≈ 1.6180339887…
1⁄φ = Φ ≈ 0.6180339887…

Φ

Greek capital Phi
(inverse of phi:
Φ = 1⁄φ)

&lArr; left double arrow ⇐ N/A go back one fileleft with scroll
&rArr; right double arrow ⇒ N/A go forward one fileright with scroll
scroll up up-down arrow &uArr; up double arrow ⇑ N/A up with scroll
scroll down up-down arrow with baseline &dArr; down double arrow ⇓ N/A down with scroll
Home filled left arrow ˂empty left arrow scroll left
End filled right arrow ˃empty right arrow scroll right
PgUp filled up arrow ˄empty up arrow scroll up
PgDn filled down arrow ˅empty down arrow scroll down
A … Z see uppercase table see lowercase table
KEY
Ctrl
Shift
Ctrl
Shift
Ctrl
Alt

Ctrl
Alt


Alt
Shift

Alt
HTML snippets:
Ctrl+Alt+; : with
following combo keystroke:
&&amp;
<&lt;
>&gt;
'&apos;
"&quot;
-&shy; soft-hyphen
Alt -&endash;
Ctrl Alt -&emdash;
Space&nbsp;
Ctrl Space&ensp;
Crtl Alt Space&emsp;
Crtl <&hArr; horizontal double arrow ⇔
Shift Crtl Alt ←&lArr; left double arrow ⇐
Shift Crtl Alt →&rArr; right double arrow ⇒
Shift Crtl Alt ↑&uArr; up double arrow ⇑
Shift Crtl Alt ↓&dArr; down double arrow ⇓
Shift Crtl Alt Enter&crarr; carriage return arrow ↵
Enter<br> with carriage return
Shift Enter<br /> with carriage return
0&empty; empty set ∅
=&cong; congruent / approximately equal ≅

To gain access to the  Shift+Alt+  and the  Shift+Ctrl+Alt+  “non-generating keystroked” characters, you can use a double-keystroke process.  First press Shift+Alt+Insert or Shift+Ctrl+Alt+Insert (accordingly–see the table), then press the corresponding key either with or without +Shift based on whether the extended character to be generated “intellectually” relates/corresponds with the unshifted or shifted character on the corresponding key.  Therefore, to access the double-exclamation mark ‼ press Shift+Alt+Insert, Shift+1 ! and to access the dotted empty circle ◌ press Shift+Ctrl+Alt+Insert, 1 ! (both the circle and the number 1 “intellectually” represent a “single complete whole”).  If there is no notable “intellectual” relation or correspondence between the extended character and either of the characters on the “physically” corresponding key, then the second keystroke should not include Shift.

All extended alphabetical characters require two keystrokes.  The first keystroke is Ctrl+Alt+ with the corresponding letter key for lowercase characters, and Shift+Ctrl+Alt+ with the corresponding letter for uppercase.  The second keystroke represents the modification to the basic character that you desire.  So in example:
for ä [lowercase a with ¨diaeresis (two dots above)], type: Ctrl+Alt+a, . >;
for à [lowercase a with `grave accent mark], type: Ctrl+Alt+a, ` ~;
for á [lowercase a with ′acute accent mark], type: Ctrl+Alt+a, Alt+` ~;
for à [uppercase A with ~tilde] type: Shift+Ctrl+Alt+A, Shift+` ~.
Note since that the  Shift+Alt+6 ^  keystroke will not generate, ignore the Shift key for this second keystroke;  so instead, for ǎ [lowercase a with caron, others are similar] simply type: Ctrl+Alt+a, Alt+6 ^.