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Re: Support for shorthand emoji input

From: Lars Ingebrigtsen
Subject: Re: Support for shorthand emoji input
Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2021 05:28:31 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/29.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Tor Kringeland <tor.a.s.kringeland@ntnu.no> writes:

> Currently, inputting some common emoji using `C-x 8 e e' is quite
> cumbersome.  /E.g./ to input `👍' one has to write
>   C-x 8 e e b h n a a
> How about having a subcommand (/e.g./ `C-x 8 e c') and allow users to
> specify a custom list of emoji?  It would work similar to `C-x 8 e r'
> except that the options would be constant.  Personally I don't look at
> the transient menus when inserting my common emoji, as it's part of
> muscle memory, so this would serve a distinct purpose from `C-x 8 e r'.

You can pre-populate `C-x 8 e r' with the emojis you use (by putting
them in the emoji--recent list), but they'll move around as they're
being used.

So adding a new command (and user option to hold your favourite emojis)
would be fine.  Er...  `C-x 8 e f' for "favourite"?

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