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There was a previous similar question. Can't view some Unicode characters in LO5.1 https://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/75887/cant-view-some-unicode-characters-in-lo51/. Perhaps you should read it. You do not specify any Language and keyboard settings you are using.

LibreOffice uses Unicode. However 𝔓 ctrl/ shift u+1d513 is the sequence used to insert Unicode characters on a Linux system. If you have a problem showing a box with a question mark for example � ctrl/shift (u+fffd) this is often found by cutting / pasting an extended unicode character on a system, typically Windows, that is not supporting unicode. This is an error from the cut/paste not LibreOffice which is correctly showing the Unicode �. Standard LibreOffice fonts, for example Arial, contain characters such as 𝔓.

There was a previous similar question. Can't view some Unicode characters in LO5.1 https://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/75887/cant-view-some-unicode-characters-in-lo51/. Perhaps you should read it. You do not specify any Language and keyboard settings you are using.

If you are using Windows you should be able to enter any Unicode directly say using the default font, Liberation Serif for text, enter the code point and with cursor after the last character toggle to display the glyph with <alt>+x. E.g. for U+1d513, enter U+1d513 and then <alt>+x to toggle to 𝔓.

LibreOffice uses Unicode. However 𝔓 ctrl/ shift u+1d513 is the sequence used to insert Unicode characters on a Linux system. If you have a problem showing a box with a question mark for example � ctrl/shift (u+fffd) this is often found by cutting / pasting an extended unicode character on a system, typically Windows, that is not supporting unicode. This is an error from the cut/paste not LibreOffice which is correctly showing the Unicode �. Standard LibreOffice fonts, for example Arial, contain characters such as 𝔓.