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How can one input 圏点 (emphasis marks)?

Probably not what you were asking, but as an additional note, you can add 圏点 on this site using the furigana syntax: [圏点]​{﹅﹅} turns into [圏点]{﹅﹅} And one can get that character by kanji ...
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How can one input 圏点 (emphasis marks)?

I don't know why exactly you want to use a keyboard to add them, because emphasis marks, like italics in English, are not part of the text but of the formatting/typesetting. However, common Office ...
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Notating 尾高型 pitch pattern in isolation

One way to workaround this lack of functionality might to put in a space after し and marking it as L: [はし ]​{LHL} [はし ]{LHL} However, I would argue that the LH notation is best used to notate actual ...
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What exactly is the character that did wonders with this post?

Chocolate's edit inserted a U+200A HAIR SPACE. I'm not tech savvy enough to tell you exactly why it's happening, but it appears that the language tabs don't work well when the first line is a quote. ...
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Tools for diagramming sentences and generating images or markdown?

This might not be any help, but I use J.DepP to do this. It's a dependency parser and bunsetsu chunker that sits on top of morphological parsers like MeCab. So I can do something like this in my ...
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Notating 尾高型 pitch pattern in isolation

To indicate a word-final downstep explicitly in the pitch accent contour using red-line notation on this site (Japanese Language Stack Exchange): In addition to what Darius Jahandarie proposes, the ...
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