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  1. Search for emoji and copy them to the clipboard ?. Download v1.8.1 (2019-09-27) Usage: emoji [query] Press [return] (↵): Copy the symbol of the selected emoji (e.g. ?) to your clipboard. Press [alt]+[return] (⌥↵): Copy the code of the selected emoji (e.g. `:rofl:`) to your clipboard. Press [cmd]+[return] (⌘↵): Paste the code of the selected emoji (e.g. ?) to your frontmost application. Automatic Updates: This workflow will automatically check for updates at most once per day. If a new release is found, it automatically downloads and installs the latest version of the workflow. All downloads come directly from official GitHub releases. Optional Hotkey and Snippet Triggers: Customize the workflow with either a custom hotkey or a custom snippet. Links: GitHub Project Download New Releases GitHub Issues - (please submit bug reports and feature requests here) Screenshot:
  2. This emoji workflow scrapes Unicode.org to pull down the latest set of emoji!!. On the first run, you must be connected to the Internet so that you can generate the initial Emoji set. As new emoji are released you are able to re-query unicode.org to download the latest emoji set. There may be situations where you have emoji that do not display correctly on osx but would render correctly on ios . This is because the emoji list on ios and osx are updated at different times. Commands: init emoji e <search string> The first time you run this workflow use the command init emoji to start the download process. To trigger an emoji search you use the e button and start typing a search term You can get funky and use - to exclude something such as in this case https://github.com/jeeftor/EmojiTaco/releases Releases: * 0.9.6 - Added new commands like: * 0.9.28 - New Icon * 0.9.29 - Auto-Init if no emoji is loaded yet * 0.9.32 - Updated to support new Unicode.org file format * 0.9.36 - Added support for automated testing to detect changes in the Unicode source document. A recent change disabled the plugin. * 0.9.38 - Extra headers - Supports latest Unicode File format change * 0.9.54 - Latest and greatest - works and has been working for some time now * 0.9.55 - Updated documentation to match what we have now Commands alt/option (⌥) - Show Unicode Values cmd (⌘) - Show Python String ctrl (⌃) - Show Python String decoded shift (⇧) - Display the image in QuickLook
  3. FAstest eMOji Search (FAMOS) Instant search for emojis in Alfred with related keywords in 25 languages and Google Emoji Kitchen integration This post is outdated, link to up-to-date README Download the latest versions: github release FAMOS speaks many languages! FAMOS uses emojibase, which is an excellent library, meticulously curated. So, all the languages that emojibase supports, FAMOS automatically does too. FAMOS is the fastest! 10x to 20x faster compared to alfred-emoji and EmojiTaco! FAMOS launches in under 20 miliseconds (imperceptible), while both the other workflows take hundreds of milliseconds to launch (very much perceptible). The reason FAMOS exists is that I wanted my emoji picker to: - launch instantly - search with zero lag - let me pick skin-tones for each individual emoji Skin-tone prefs for each individual emoji I like my emojis to reflect my skin-tone correctly. And also hair color! That means, I might not always get both. So, I want hand-emojis to have my skin-tone, but face-emojis to have my hair-color even if that means wrong skin-tone. In addition, if you're a stickler like me, you will understand that I want one skin-tone for the palm and a different one for the back of the hand. Back of the hand is a shade darker than the palm, isn't it! Search results show if an emoji has multiple tones available: Hold command: After pressing command+enter: From now on, the chosen tone becomes the default tone for this emoji: Feature comparison Both alfred-emoji and EmojiTaco are excellent workflows, and they have tonnes of features that FAMOS lacks, and has no plans of implementing. You should definitely check them out! Downloads Chinese, Traditional apple joypixels Chinese apple joypixels Danish apple joypixels Dutch apple joypixels English, Great Britain apple joypixels English apple joypixels Estonian apple joypixels Finnish apple joypixels French apple joypixels German apple joypixels Hungarian apple joypixels Italian apple joypixels Japanese apple joypixels Korean apple joypixels Lithuanian apple joypixels Malay apple joypixels Norwegian apple joypixels Polish apple joypixels Portuguese apple joypixels Russian apple joypixels Spanish, Mexico apple joypixels Spanish apple joypixels Swedish apple joypixels Thai apple joypixels Ukrainian apple joypixels
  4. Search Unicode Search Unicode is an Alfred 4 Workflow to lookup and reverse lookup Unicode characters and emoji with their names. This workflow is also published on GitHub at https://github.com/blueset/alfred-search-unicode. Download Download it at its GitHub release page. You need to install Python 3 on your macOS in order for this to work. You can install that with Homebrew using the command below: brew install python Usage Search character by description Type u keyword (ex. u superscript) to get a list of characters matching the keyword. Press Return to copy the character to clipboard (ex. ⁰) Press Cmd + Return to copy its Hex code to clipboard (ex. U+2070) Press Option + Return to copy its name to clipboard (ex. Superscript Zero) Search character by code point Type u codepoint [[codepoint] ...] (ex. u fffd ff10) to look up characters by its codepoint. The same 3 options apply here too. Search emoji by name Type e keywords (ex. e face) to look up characters by its codepoint. Press Return to copy the character to clipboard (ex. 😀) Identify characters in a string Type uid string (ex. uid ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)) to identify characters in a string. For the first 4 rows (hex sequence, integer sequence, UTF-8 sequence and XML escape sequence): Press Return to copy the sequence to clipboard (ex. 28 20 0361 B0 20 035C 0296 20 0361 B0 29) For the following rows that identifies each individual characters: Press Cmd + Return to copy its Hex code to clipboard (ex. U+2070) Press Option + Return to copy its name to clipboard (ex. Superscript Zero) Credit This workflow depends on resources from: arp242/uni 1.0.0 with Unicode 12.1 Data Twemoji 12.1.4 for emoji preview License Copyright 2019 Eana Hufwe <https://1a23.com> Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
  5. I would love the ability to set a default skin tone for emoji. I know another utility that makes this possible, but that utility is a real memory hog.
  6. # Gitmoji Workflow for Alfred Link > [Gitmoji](https://github.com/carloscuesta/gitmoji) is an initiative to standardize and explain the use of emojis on GitHub commit messages. Search gitmojis and then copy to clipboard, So you don't have to remember what the emoji means. ## Install 1. [Download](https://github.com/Quilljou/alfred-gitmoji-workflow/releases) 2. double click to install([Alfred](https://www.alfredapp.com/) is required) ## Usage Type `gitmoji` in Alfred will list all gitmojis. Also you can search gitmojis with description or name given in [gitmoji](https://gitmoji.carloscuesta.me/). Then `enter` to copy to clipboard. Also It' will automatically paste to front most app. ## Others - Data is from [gitmoji](https://github.com/carloscuesta/gitmoji), This workflow will update data once a week. - Inspired By [alfred-github-workflow](https://github.com/gharlan/alfred-github-workflow) and [alfred-caniuse-workflow](https://github.com/willfarrell/alfred-caniuse-workflow) - Thanks for [Workflows](https://github.com/jdfwarrior/Workflows) - Related to [alfred-emoji-workflow](https://github.com/carlosgaldino/alfred-emoji-workflow) ## :bug: Bug Type `gitmoji` first will show nothing, It will be fixed in second typing.
  7. This is a workflow for looking up for emoji and kaomoji from getdango.com. Similar workflows already exist, however they are written in Node.js which has lots of dependencies. You have to either install them with npm or store 60+ megs in your cloud when syncing Alfred settings. This extension is written in Swift. It doesn't have any external dependencies and takes only 10 MB on disk when unpacked. You can download it on GitHub. Type "e" to trigger emoji search: Type "k" to trigger kaomoji search: Source code is available on GitHub.
  8. Hello! ? I've just discovered this forum so I've realized that it would be nice share with you my small workflow for better emoji search called – Alfred Emoji. It's a really small piece of software. But you might like it! It allows you get a proper emoji based on the term you have enter. The messy stuff is done by https://getdango.com/ but I've also implemented fallback in case of offline mode to custom vocabulary. You can actually configure the workflow that it always use this offline approach, it's faster but less accurate. If you like it, please star the repo. I'd appreciate it. You can get the plain workflow here or you can install it via NPM: npm -g i alfred-emoji – you need Node.js installed on your system. MIT licensed code on GitHub repository ? Thanks! ❤️
  9. Hello there, I would like to share my emoji workflow with you: Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/z1iipjr1qvykphm/Emoji.alfredworkflow?dl=0 --- Update 2016-09-01: Release a different version with two more functions Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wipxjgrtec0vwlt/Emoji%20Full.alfredworkflow?dl=0 emj: copy emoji character emjimg: copy emoji image emjcode: copy emoji unicode sequence --- The difference between this one and any other workflows that also search emoji is that, this one includes all the description and keywords in http://unicode.org/emoji/charts/full-emoji-list.html for search, make it the easiest to get the emoji you want, you don't need to remember the actual name of the emoji character, just type the word in your mind intuitively. As far as I tried, it's really smooth! And the making of this workflow is also very simple, it just a List Filter -> Copy to Clipboard , the data filled in List Filter is a csv generated from Emoji One's developer toolkit (download here). The code to generate is also simple (it's Python): # coding: utf-8 import json import csv with open('emoji.json', 'r') as f: s = f.read() emojis = json.loads(s) toutf8 = lambda x: x.encode('utf8') with open('emoji.csv', 'wb') as csvf: writer = csv.writer(csvf, delimiter=',') for i in emojis: name = i['name'].split('\n')[0] writer.writerow([ toutf8(u'{} ({})'.format(name.lower(), i['keywords'])), toutf8(i['char']), toutf8(i['char']) ]) Whenever new emojis come out in the future, you can get the emoji.json from emojione, run this code, and drag the emoji.csv into this workflow's List Filter. Hope it helps!
  10. Good day. If you add a snippet, and the 'name' field contains an emoji, it will not sync to other Alfred instances. To replicate: - Add a new snippet. - In the 'name field', add an emoji character. The keyword can be whatever you want, and the snippet can be whatever you want. - Close Alfred, allow a few moments to sync. - Check other Alfred enabled device - snippet is not there. To confirm: - Return to first instance, rename the 'name' field from emoji character to normal text. - Close, wait, sync. - New snippet shows on different instance. Version: 3, b652 Sync: Dropbox OS: El Cap
  11. A simple Workflow that opens the character palette in which you can find emojis and various other smybols. Use "emoji" as the keyword or define hotkeys. Download Update (05.06): - Compatibility with OS X 10.8.4 (Tanks daxdavis !)
  12. There are great workflows for searching for unicode characters and emoji, the distinction between the two is somewhat arbitrary. Are there any workflows out there that search across both unicode characters and emoji?
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