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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #31710, comment 8


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04/06/2015 01:34:49 PM (9 years ago)
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  • Ticket #31710, comment 8

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    44In 4.1 the smiley has an open mouth, but I agree this is not ideal. I see a few applications converting them to 1F60A: Smiling Face with Smiling Eyes (e.g. FB Messenger), or the emoji [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variant_form_%28Unicode%29 variant] of ☺ (263A: White Smiling Face). The last one is what we should use if OS X and Twemoji didn't decide to make the smiley so [https://github.com/twitter/twemoji/blob/gh-pages/svg/263a.svg blushy]... That does not look like a good representation of the emoji variant of Smiling Face.
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    6 '''So there is a smile with a closed mouth.''' And that's probably what the unicode consortium will tell you?
     6So there is a smile with a closed mouth. And that's probably what the unicode consortium will tell you?
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    8 Also, for the frowneys we currently use 1F626: Frowning Face with Open Mouth, '''which has an open mouth by definition''', so that's not right either. Shouldn't we be using the emoji variant of ☹ (2639: White Frowning Face)? Unfortunately Twemoji does not replace the emoji variant (not sure why, because it does replace the "White Smiling Face" variant).
     8Also, for the frowneys we currently use 1F626: Frowning Face with Open Mouth, which has an open mouth by definition, so that's not right either. Shouldn't we be using the emoji variant of ☹ (2639: White Frowning Face)? Unfortunately Twemoji does not replace the emoji variant (not sure why, because it does replace the "White Smiling Face" variant).
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    1010Reopening because I think this needs some more investigation.