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[O] unicode in org-mode

From: Doug Lewan
Subject: [O] unicode in org-mode
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2012 17:18:49 +0000

For notes (and other things) I tend to use non-ASCII characters fairly freely. 
(Among them the most common are: ∃ -- there is, ∀ -- every, ∈ -- in, ∴ -- 
therefore, ≡, arrows, bullets, checks, subscripts, superscripts, etc.)

It would be nice to be able to configure org-mode to handle them nicely. (Where 
"nicely" means in exactly the vague way that I want.)

(1) Bullets are for bullet lists. It would be nice if they could be interpreted 
as such.
(2) The other symbols (∃, ∀, etc.) are natural for LaTeX, but they would have 
to expand to things like \assuremath{\exists}.

Is there currently any way (short of hacking org-mode code) to accomplish this? 
If not, what is the official venue for feature requests?
I'm willing to help, but I can't do so at this address.


Douglas Lewan
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