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SHIFT + OPTION Results on Mac

Okay, this post is bourne out of boredom 😁. I was just playing around with my Mac’s keyboard and decided to carry out this test. The test is simply pressing SHIFT + OPTION + each key on a MacBook Air keyboard. Ready for the results? Here are them. Hopefully, you find some (if not all) of them useful

SHIFT plus OPTION on the Numbers

  • SHIFT + OPTION + 0 = β€š (Comma)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + 1 = ⁄ (Forward slash)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + 2 = € (Euro sign)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + 3 = β€Ή (Single left-pointing angle)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + 4 = β€Ί (Single right-pointing angle)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + 5 = fi
  • SHIFT + OPTION + 6 = fl
  • SHIFT + OPTION + 7 = ‑ (Double dagger)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + 8 = Β° (Degree(s))
  • SHIFT + OPTION + 9 = Β· (Bold middot)

SHIFT plus OPTION on the Alphabets

  • SHIFT + OPTION + A = Γ… (A in some other languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + B = Δ± (Lowercase dot less i)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + C = Γ‡ (C-cedilla or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + D = Î (I-circumflex accent or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + E = Β΄ (Acute accent)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + F = Ï (I with diaeresis or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + G = ˝ (Double acute accent)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + H = Γ“ (O miniscule or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + I = Λ† (Circumflex or Caret)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + J = Γ” (O-circumflex accent or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + K = ο£Ώ (Apple symbol)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + L = Γ’ (O-grave or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + M = Γ‚ (A-circumflex or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + N = ˜ (Tilde)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + O = Ø (Null or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + P = ∏ (Pi or Infinite product)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + Q = Ε’ (Miniscule)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + R = ‰ (Per mile)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + S = Í (I-acute or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + T = Λ‡ (Caron)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + U = Β¨ (Trema)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + V = β—Š (Lozenge)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + W = β€ž (Double low quotation mark)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + X = Λ› (Ogonek)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + Y = Á (A-acute or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + Z = ΒΈ (Inverted question mark or an alphabet in some languages)

SHIFT plus OPTION on the Characters

  • SHIFT + OPTION + ` = ` (Backtick or Left quote or Grave accent etc)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + – = β€” (Em dash or Mutton)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + = = Β± (Plus-Minus sign or “Give or Take”)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + [ = ” (Right double quotation mark)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + ] = ’ (Apostrophe)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + \ = Β» (Double right-pointing angle or a quotation mark in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + ; = Ú (U with acute or an alphabet in some languages)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + ‘ = Γ† (Ash or an alphabet in some languages
  • SHIFT + OPTION + , = Β― (Macron)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + . = ˘ (Little hook or Breve)
  • SHIFT + OPTION + / = ΒΏ (Inverted question mark)

Actually, this test opened my eyes to all the symbols I didn’t know before now. It also helped in a way to cure my boredom.

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