- Rated 2 out of 5by RubenKelevra, 6 months agoFunktioniert, hat aber wenig Emojis. Vermutlich ne ältere Version von Unicode.
- Rated 2 out of 5by mariusi, 10 months agoNew version requires permission for all websites. The author did explain the reason but I don't want to use that feature. Please consider removing it, it's not a "must have" considering the permission you want!
Developer responseposted 10 months agoHi!
I’m working to look for a solution and make the permissions “optional” but unluckily it’s not possible now (with my knowledge).
If you want to more information, please contact me to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please, consider to accept (temporarily at least) this new permission, I promise I’ll try to fix in the future.
Otherwise, please use the previous release, because in the new one I have only added this feature
New update released (3.14.2) where it's not required permissions anymore by default (it's optional when you enable the feature)
- Rated 2 out of 5by lukenofurther, 2 years agoTried to copy an emoji with skin tone applied into other programs - what pasted was the emoji without skin tone plus a square with the desired skin tone. Tried 2 different programs (Slack and Notes on MacOS) with exactly the same result.
Developer responseposted 2 years agoPlease, write to email@example.com to get support. I didn’t received any other reports of this bug.
Probably the textboxes in which you pasted (Slack and Notes on macOS) don't support skin tones (so UNICODE emojis with skin tones).
Sorry for the inconvenience.