On 2005 Feb 03, , at 11:52, Paul Lester wrote:
> Besides the basic set(s) of emoji there's quite a few standard (and
> newer ones.
What's standardised about emoji ;)
Japanese and non-Japanese mobiles use different sets, different mobiles
support different sets all of which are entered with three different
encoding methods = a pretty piss poor implementation of a "standard".
> Are there any better emoji emulators out there, or do I keep
> having to
> use the handsets (which is better cause different handsets act
> but I don't always have a handset handy).
There was a company that used to offer an emoji font and this may have
been updated to support the latest emoji sets. My Mimic emulator stops
with the basic set (http://pukupi.com/resources/emoji/) but I would
expect DoCoMo to update their own emulator at some point to support the
latest emoji (http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/p_s/imode/flash/tool2.html)
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Received on Thu Feb 3 08:17:59 2005