6 Replies ・ Started by randomasocial at 2019-09-06 21:35:29 UTC ・ Last reply by miuserna at 2019-09-29 11:02:43 UTC how to write "【 】" symbols on keyboard? How can I write "【 】" symbols on keyboard? I googled it but no results sadly. I'm tired of copying it every time. Help me please yamataka at 2019-09-06 23:13:33 UTC Are you on a Mac? The brackets are in "emoji and symbols" found in the edit tab. It also offers font variations. In Windows, look at this. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/insert-ascii-or-unicode-latin-based-symbols-and-characters-d13f58d3-7bcb-44a7-a4d5-972ee12e50e0#bm1 The Unicode for those brackets are 3010 and 3011. randomasocial at 2019-09-06 23:55:29 UTC I'm on Windows. I'm pressing Alt + 3010 or Alt+3011 but all is something like VT thanks for quick reply btw (When i press Alt+35 I get # hashtag without a problem) FriendlyMochi at 2019-09-10 19:49:22 UTC Sorry for the late reply, but what you can do is use Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator : https://www.commentcamarche.net/download/telecharger-34055597-microsoft-keyboard-layout-creator The link is in French, but the software is in English. With it, you can choose what symbole which key of your keyboard input when you are writing. For example, you can decide that C+A is making the left bracket. Or that a key you never use is making it. Or again, Shift+C is making it. You choose what is more convenient for you... You need to look up at a tutorial to use it, but it's quite simple. Jendrej at 2019-09-19 12:36:40 UTC If you use a Japanese IME, just type normal square brackets and press spacebar a bunch of times :D FriendlyMochi at 2019-09-19 15:58:51 UTC Oh, interesting too. Thank you. miuserna at 2019-09-29 11:02:43 UTC Linux: [ctrl]+[shift]+U 3010 --> 【 Log in to reply.