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How to type the ⌘ (Command) key in OS X Mountain Lion

This was harder than I expected it to be:

  1. Press ⌘ ⌥ T to bring up the Character Viewer.
  2. Click the gear menu (⚙) to bring up options and choose “Customize List…”
  3. Under Symbols, check the box next to Technical Symbols
  4. The command symbol (⌘) should be the first in the list.

From here you can drag and drop the ⌘ to whatever text editor you want - although a keystroke to type it would be far easier rather than opening Character Viewer each time.


Is there an easier way to do this?

Update: Yes, there is.