Where can I view all the alt codes for Windows 10? I know I can look in Charmap, but some of the symbols in Charmap are mixed in with characters that don't have an alt-code.
Alt codes method allow input ANY symbol by it's code. But by default, you can only input the first 256 characters. Codes bigger than 256 get wrapped around (try Alt+0176 and then Alt+0432)
To enable the entry of all Unicode characters by code, create a string registry value in
HKCU\Control Panel\Input Method\EnableHexNumpad with the value of 1. Then you'll be able to enter any character by:
- holding down the right Alt key,
- pressing the + button on the numeric keypad,
- entering the hex code,
- and releasing the Alt key.
You may need to log off and back on before this input type is enabled.