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Emoji's stripped out of posts

Discussion in 'About phun.org' started by flooff, Jul 2, 2017.

  1. flooff

    flooff ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

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    Is it possible to allow Emoji's in posts? At the moment they're automatically stripped out.
     
  2. TheloniousMonk

    TheloniousMonk Warningmonger Staff Member

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    :D could you be more specific? :confused:

    Outside one seem to work when posted properly as images
     
  3. flooff

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    I mean the emojis which are now standard characters in modern unicode, and people commonly use on iOS/Android/modern Operating Systems.

    Different to embedding emoticon images (external or internal to phun), as emojis take up a tiny amount of space and a scaleable image is rendered natively by the persons device.
     
  4. TheloniousMonk

    TheloniousMonk Warningmonger Staff Member

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    yes, even the text versions of those would not work here.

    I don't think it is part of the forum code at this point. Unicode doesn't work either.

    :poop:
     

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