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When will the superscript/subscript function be available?? all such functions are basic functions and should be available.
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Brian Wong

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Brittney Mazzetta

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Hi Brian. I have changed this to an idea for our product team to take into consideration. Thanks!
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Iggy YT

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I just figured out how to superscript/subscript in MindManager. The default code is Segoe UI which support unicode characters such as superscripts and subscripts. Use character map to insert subscript etc.

Here's what I do:
1. Open windows character map and select a unicode font, such as Arial Unicode MS
2. Copy all the subscripts, superscripts and special characters you want to you into notepad.
3. Save the file and select 'unicode' when saving
4. Use this notepad file (copy paste etc.) to create the line you want to copy and paste into MindManager. The topic formatting will the done by MindManager since only plain text was copied.

This is process is a bit awkward, but gives you good production quality. Conversely you can use macro creator software (like HotKeyboard Pro) to speed up the process by assigning shortcuts. Good luck!
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Nigel Goult (Olympic)

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You can get quick access to the Windows Character Map in MindManager through the Character Map function in MAP.

You can get more info on this here:

It means you can paste any special characters and symbols onto a Topic with relative ease.


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Andrey Kazak

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Alf Christophersen

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Will this work in a HTML5 page ???
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Andrey Kazak

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This seems to be odd: MM 2020 supports most of the RTF, but cannot format characters as sub- or superscripts.