You mean U+13250, EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH O001?
I don't think you can enter that using the Mac OS X Unicode Hex input
method. It will think you want ETHIOPIC SYLLABLE THE (U+1325)
followed by nothing (the opt-0 will be ignored if you type something
other than opt-hexdigit) or some Unicode character whose 4-digit hex
Unicode code point starts with 0.
The oXygen Edit > Insert from Character Map only goes up to U+FFFD,
so no help there.
So far, I have been able to get that character in one of two ways:
* Enter a numeric character reference (𓉐), save the file, and
run it through software that resolves NCRs. E.g., `xmllint`.
* Switch to Finder, choose Edit > Special Characters. Enter "13250"
into the "Description & Code" search box at the bottom R. In the
pop-up list of encodings, choose Unicode. Then switch oXygen to the
front, then click "Insert".
But if entering the NCR works fine, why do you need to enter the
character itself? Bound to cause trouble if you want to e-mail it :-)
> I'm trying to enter some hieroglyphs into XML in oXygen and having
> some problems. I'm on Mac OS X. I've tried entering the glyph
> U+13250 through two different methods:
> 1. Unicode Hex from the Mac OSX, but it doesn't seem to recognize
> the five digits
> 2. Through the Edit > Insert from Character Map, it also seems to
> think that there is no code point of 13250
> I do have the right font installed and it's working in the browser.
> When I entered the hexadecimal entity reference it renders in the
> browser fine.