This might help but I guess we'd need to look up the Unicode numbers.
edit ... trying to find an easy way to get the Unicode numbers.
This might do it: https://www.branah.com/unicode-converter.
Type the symbol that you want to convert in the top box and it will give you the Unicode number in the middle box.
So for a
~, that is ASCII 126, that converter gives us \u007e.
That means you should be able to type:
Control + Shift + U then 007e
@whoami06, if you get a chance to try this, let us know how it turns out for you.