I created a (Linux) script to easily type Unicode math everywhere.

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  • ibus

    Intelligent Input Bus for Linux/Unix

    There is also an ibus table for LaTeX (including a preview popup): https://github.com/ibus/ibus/wiki/LaTeX

  • espanso

    Cross-platform Text Expander written in Rust

    I'm saying this because i have a "similar" setup, i'm running a tool called Espanso, which i don't know how it compares to AutoKey, but it simply replaces arbitrary text when written, with support for custom actions as well.

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  • espanso-mega-pack

    A collection of curated and home built packages for the cross-platform text expander Espanso

    I've developed a package for it and my solution was to instead of using \ to start the trigger, using : in the beginning and in the end, because there might be partial matches that would trigger the replacement (e.g.: vartheta and varpi).

  • latex-input

    Enter Unicode characters using LaTeX notation

    There was something like this for all operating systems here. Not sure if it still works.

  • jupyter-renderers

    Renderers and renderer extensions for JupyterLab

  • MathJax-src

    MathJax source code for version 3 and beyond

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