You use the Glyphs panel to insert punctuation, superscript & subscript characters, currency symbols, numbers, specialized characters, as well as glyphs from other languages into text in Photoshop.
To access the panel, select Type > Panels > Glyphs panel or Window > Glyphs.
A. Most-recently-used glyphs | B. Set font family | C. Set font style | D. Set font category | E. Glyph slots | F. Zoom out | G. Zoom slider | H. Zoom in | I. Scale down glyphs | J. Scale up glyphs |
A. Font Category | B. Script | C. OpenType features
When you're working in a Type layer, you can select a glyph to quickly view alternatives to it right on the canvas. Clicking the icon in the alternatives grid takes you to the Glyphs panel.
If necessary, you can turn off this behavior. To do so, deselect Preferences > Type > Enable Type Layer Glyph Alternates.
As you add glyphs to your document, they are automatically added to the most-recently-used glyphs bar located at the top of the Glyphs panel. The most-recently-used glyphs bar:
Photoshop now supports SVG fonts that provide multiple colors and gradients in a single glyph. Photoshop ships with the EmojiOne SVG font. The Apple Color Emoji font is also supported on the macOS platform.
Follow these steps to use SVG fonts:
You can composite SVG font characters to create new glyphs. For example, you can create the flags of countries or change the skin color of single-person default characters. Many composite glyphs also disintegrate into their constituent characters when you press the Backspace key.
For more information, see SVG fonts.