On 07/08/16 00:25, Mike FABIAN-san wrote:
Bastien Nocera <bnocera(a)redhat.com> さんはかきました:
> Re-send to the change owner
> ----- Original Message -----
>> = Proposed Self Contained Change: IBus Emoji Typing =
>> Change owner(s):
>> * Takao Fujiwara <tfujiwar [at] redhat [dot] com>
>> The IBus core will provide the Emoji Unicode typing with the IBus XKB
>> == Detailed Description ==
>> IBus has already provided Unicode hex codes tying with Ctrl-Shift-u and now
>> think the similar implementation for the Emoji typging. With IBus XKB
>> Emoji typing will be provided with the Emoji annotations  following Ctrl-
>> == Scope ==
>> * Proposal owners:
>> - IBus core provide the dictionary of the Emoji typing.
>> - IBus XKB engines load the Emoji dictionary.
>> * Other developers: N/A
>> * Release engineering: N/A
>> - List of deliverables: N/A
>> * Policies and guidelines: N/A
>> * Trademark approval: N/A
>>  http://unicode.org/emoji/charts/index.html#col-annotations
> Will this use:
I don’t think so, it is supposed to work in all xkb engines of
ibus-typing booster, this is not a seperate engine like ibus-uniemoji.
Sorry, I missed the email.
I expect to use emoji not to switch the IBus engines.
Actually ibus-anthy already implements emoji typing in Japanese.
This implementation enables emoji typing in English with any IBus XKB engines.
I also evaluated ibus-uniemoji:
Now IBus XKB engine uses both en.xml for annotations and emoji.json for categories and
> It would be great if this feature used the emoji fonts directly, so we
> can use colour icons:
The font shown in this blog seems to be one the fonts contained in the
nodejs-emojione package which Fujiwara San is packaging for this change
There seem to be some problems with the font though:
But freetype nicely displays it in colour:
I think it would be a desktop font setting?
It would be strange for me if IBus lookup table and text applications show the different