Typing \dot and \ddot in differential equations?

When using SWP 5.5 it was possible to type Latex commands such as \dot and \ddot, which are frequently used in Latex to represent 1st- and 2nd-order differential equations. In SWP 6.0 the only way to do this seems to be: Edit-Character Properties-Accent Above, which is very time consuming. The best solution is to let advanced users type Latex commands directly by holding down a key. Alternatively, please add shortcuts to \dot and \ddot so we avoid three layers of menu.

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I found that ctrl+shift+"

I found that ctrl+shift+" will give \ddot but have not found a keyboard shortcut for \dot. Has anyone else found a such a keyboard shortcut?