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    “The InDesign CC 2015 update introduces intuitive OpenType enhancements when working with glyphs.”

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    One thought: how about letting the user use natural language to hunt for glyphs in the glyphs panel? It’s a pain for me to hunt for the correct multiplication sign, the ellipses, etc., and I can’t obviously remember all the Unicode denotations… OS X’s own “insert special symbols” panel already allows me to do that:

     

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