How to type つ with a 点々?


#1

Using Romaji input preference on Apple Japanese keyboard.


#2

du


#3

And also ぢ is “di”.


#4

That is helpful too if I want eat チヂミ。


#5

can be dzu too … all about your style.


#6

Doesn’t come up that often, but THI for ティ。(or texi, if that works for you…)


#7

Oh, good to know.
I often need to type デュオ (duo) for reasons, and duxyuo was pretty annoying to type.
Indeed dhuo works, and is much more convenient. Cheers!