There really isn't much to this. The first thing is to find fonts that match the text. Here's a page about the fonts that Japanese manga use (they will have normal characters for English but will be missing some characters for some other languages). If a symbol is missing in the font, there's two things you can do. Say we're missing ĝ. First, we see if another more common character like â, with the same little ˆ symbol, works. If it does, we simply write all the text with normal characters ( g ), then write â on a new layer, then turn it into a rasterized layer (it turns it into a normal image instead of text), then erase the a part so we're left with only the ˆ. If needed, we can rotate this layer and turn it up-side down for characters like ŭ.
The second option is to edit the font itself. We take a font editing program with a free trial, for example Glyphs or Robofont, and we create the missing characters ourselves. There should be a button like "add glyph" or "add symbol" somewhere, and then we would simply type in ĝ, it would create an empty spot for it, and then we piece together g and draw in an ˆ or whatever is needed. When the font is installed on someone's computer, the symbols will show up perfectly fine.
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