On Tue, 9 Apr 2002, Olivier MARTIN wrote:
> Juergen Specht wrote:
> >>> I just saw that NTT DoCoMo introduced new emojis:
> >>> http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp_at_3541246867/english/p_s/i/tag/emoji.html
> >> Now what's that _at_ sign doing there, I wonder?
> JS> Hm, must be a session thingy or so. You can see the page
> JS> also at their mirror site:
> JS> http://18.104.22.168/english/p_s/i/tag/emoji.html
> >>> Is this just me or are they a bit "dark"? Biohazard? Hu?
> >> Yes, and including an emoji for Nooper is pretty tasteless. ;-)
> JS> Isn't it? After a long night in an Izakaya, I got a mail from
> JS> the i-mode designer LirpaLirpa-San that they included us in
> JS> their update. Even before the Godzilla emoji! What some
> JS> gallons of Sake can make happen, tstststs.
> Where are stored all "emojis" ? on server side or mobile phone side (ROM)?
They're really stored on the mobile phone, like all the other characters.
> Is there any limitations to use them on a content page (c-html)?
If they aren't in the phone, they won't show up. If DoCoMo introduced
new emojis, they would only be usable with new phones.
Juergen was just playing the April Fool and making URLs that look a
bit like the one for the official emoji listing but actually point to a
fake on his own site.
Received on Mon Apr 15 16:03:34 2002