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EDIT: Doesn't work completely, see comment on Muihlinn's answer. Based off Muihlinn's answer, I looked into prettify-symbols-mode and ended up finding this macro which solved my problem cleanly: https://github.com/Ilazki/prettify-utils.el/blob/master/prettify-utils.el#L222-L243 (prettify-utils-add-hook org-mode ("1/4" "¼") ...

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You could use prettify-symbols-mode with something, evaluable in your sratch buffer, like this: (progn (push '("2/3" . ?⅔) prettify-symbols-alist) (prettify-symbols-mode -1) (prettify-symbols-mode +1)) It only adds that particular fraction and it's unicode counterpart to the list of symbols to prettify, then resets the mode If it works as expected, ...

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If you're willing to have the text change, you can use one of Emacs' many input methods. With e.g. rfc3145, you could type that as &23 or with TeX it would be \\frac23 Use C-\ to choose your input method.

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(set-display-table-slot·buffer-display-table 'wrap ?↩) works for me, with one caveat. In a terminal the arrow shows up correctly, but in the gui (with fringe-mode turned off), the glyph is drawn with a replacement character; apparently it couldn't find a glyph for the arrow in the chosen font. It does render correctly in the scratch buffer, but it's using a ...

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