Ya…something fishy with the Data Editor…
Jeezuschrist, this is really impressive @Robert_Petitto !!
Ooo are those emojis not supported? Weird!
I’ll look into which emojis are universal across all devices and pick one of each of those colors I was using. Look for an update later tonight maybe
I know some newer colored emoji’s have limited support. I have an app that I use to track some stuff at work and I use colored dot emojis, but they don’t show up in windows on my work machine because we are on a long term support version that doesn’t have the updated unicode support for these new emojis. Should be less of an issue once people update their OS’s.
Just to add to your collection…
I was 9 when I discovered this game in it’s “hardware” version with a black box and tokens. Then later Othello, the simple version inspired by the Japanese strategy game of Go. Tic-Tac-Toe would be a easy dual 1 to 1 game with 2 gamers playing together in a Gamathon. And you organize 1/4 final, 1/2 finale, Grand Finale!
with live sessions and audience that would engage people and motivate them to buy the game app after entertaining them with a match.
Looks like game apps have their market.
I used to have PB with some emoticons showing drinks or objects (maté and kite never show).
Cool to know why
It’s not even the French flag!
I can’t believe Jesus says Jesus Christ
Sorry, it’s priceless.
So that’s why the colored circles emoji solution cannot be used for Lionel’s Wine Management app we read this week (red, gold, pink, sparkle).
That’s one thing I like about emojipedia.org. It gives you a little history on each emoji.
The orange circle for example is only a couple of years old. It was released with Unicode 12.0 in 2019. If your device is older than that and/or doesn’t have the latest version of Unicode built into it’s OS, then it won’t be able to render those newer emoji.
Which makes me discover that there’s now orange wine since 2019 (says Google). As I was about to tell you Lionel should not need to use orange to categorize his wine. Actually, that may come!
Thks for this emoji story.
I was previously intrigued by this “moon phase emoji (in a @Lucas_Pires comment somewhere else) I’ve never seen before” (you use it on top of your comment.
Cool to use this with 2 circles as a Captcha security option…
Nice… but is not working good… results are not what I selected… the info button is covering the results list…(add a large spacer at the end )
I ran into the same thing when trying the matching game on my iPad. I decided to switch over using emoji images from Icons8:
After playing this game after playing Wordle for 2 weeks, I realize how similar they are, BUT I think Mastermind is more difficult because it doesn’t tell you the position of the correct answers…
Robert’s giving us a behind the scenes look at this app later today. Join us!