On 08/08/2017 06:19 PM, Thomas Pfeiffer wrote:
> - Support for a decent set of Emoji (not just the ones you can create using 
> ASCII chars).
> Using Unicode to display them is probably okay, as long as users can choose 
> them from a menu in the client instead of having to paste them from 
> KCharSelect.
> This, too, might sound like nice-to-have for many, but not having them would 
> cut us off from the younger generation. Yes, they use them even in a 
> "professional context". Believe me, I'm seeing it in action every day at work.

I'm not sure custom emoji should be a requirement. That pretty heavily
limits your options, and even some of the major chat platforms
(WhatsApp, iMessage, Hangouts) don't support this.

Unicode emoji support, absolutely.

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