I need the TM character. Looking through the documentation it is confusing the way the instructions are worded. It says to type T, then alt-backspace, then M, if I understand it correctly. But nothing works. Any ideas what I am missing? I'm using 2.91.0 enter link description here

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    $\begingroup$ First of all, you need to make sure that your font supports that character (the default BFont does not seem to) Then maybe a workaround: Open your favorite Word Processor app, type (TM), let it autocorrect to ™ and then copy and paste into blender. $\endgroup$ – haarigertroll Jan 28 at 7:53
  • $\begingroup$ Sounds good. This sort of info should be in the documentation. $\endgroup$ – byakk0 Jan 30 at 3:08

For many special characters that can't normally be typed on your keyboard, it is much easier to just copy/ paste from some word processing app like Libre Writer and paste to blender.

In Windows, the ™ character is entered with ⌥ Alt + 0153

You can simply copy paste from Libre (or some other app) into Blender text object, change the font to something other than bfont and it should work.

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    $\begingroup$ Non-hyperlinked, easily copy-and-pasteable version: ™™™™™ $\endgroup$ – pxeger Jan 28 at 16:22

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