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Hi Yury, *,

On Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 1:01 PM, Yury Tarasievich
<> wrote:
On 06/29/2015 11:53 AM, Mihkel Tõnnov wrote:
2015-06-29 11:40 GMT+03:00 Serg Bormant <>:
"emoji autocorrect file", what is it exactly? Do we need to translate

See here ;)

Regardless of non-trivial effort and commendable result,

I think trivial effort :-)

I'm aghast, guys.

So that's how manpower is spent these days in text-processing projects of LO

Don't understand what you mean with that.

A volunteer provided a list of characters and a corresponding
replacement table -  that is not rocket science...

Serving the transition from language to pictograms? Pointing and grunting
next, I suppose (oh, it's there already, androids).

People like their emojis. I myself also wouldn't necessarily enter
them using autocorrect codes, but offering that easy way doesn't hurt,
does it?

As a user, you're not restricted to those emojis, but can instead use
the autocorrect-shortcodes to insert other characters or sequences of
your choice. The biggest change about this is that the
emoji-autocorrect way doesn't require a space before and after to
trigger the replacement.

Sorry for that rant, I'm envisioning doing the 1,5k of these.

If you think it is stupid to translate, just don't translate and reuse
the english one.
Or ignore altogether if the count of untranslated words doesn't bother you.


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