Here’s how you can type the Control (^), Option (⌥), and Command (⌘) keys on macOS. Control (^) key – type Shift-6 Option (⌥) key – press Control-Command-Space and search for “option” Command (⌘) key – press Control-Command-Space and search for “place of interest”
I’m not sure why this happened, but at some point I lost the ability to hold down on a key to repeat them. To solve this, run the following command in a terminal. You may need to restart the terminal for it to work. defaults write -g ApplePressAndHoldEnabled -bool false
Just press Control-Command-Space on your keyword to open up the Emoji & Symbols window. Select or search for an emoji. Click the small icon to the right of the search bar to bring up the character viewer to select more symbols.
Choosing between the different types of mechanical keyboard switches?