A little krunner plugin (Plasma 5) to retrieve unicode symbols, or any other string, based on a corresponding keyword. E.g. you can type `lambda` and krunner will yield the proper unicode symbol λ. It can be used to quickly get a symbol when writing some text, or to retrieve often-needed texts (or links, or emotes ...) by typing a certain abbreviation. By default, the plugin searches the full Unicode database for potential matches. Additionally, it is also possible to let the plugin open some file or URL or to execute some command when selecting a result.
There are two ways to install the plugin in packaged form (i.e., without building it yourself).
Use the latest .deb package for Debian-based systems:
`wget https://github.com/domschrei/krunner-symbols/releases/download/1.1.0/krunner-symbols-1.1.0.deb && sudo dpkg -i krunner-symbols-1.1.0.deb`
Or otherwise, use this script (which fetches the latest release package files):
`curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/domschrei/krunner-symbols/master/install.sh | bash`
To uninstall the generic Linux variant, use this uninstallation script:
`curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/domschrei/krunner-symbols/master/uninstall.sh | bash`
For a full description of features, including how to extend the shortcut definitions by yourself, please visit the project homepage on github.com/domschrei/krunner-symbols .