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Hi,I don't know if it is significant, but on Fedora 32 (LO7.0), I get
the same behaviour. I was able to trace this back to the font Noto
Emoji Color (this is the font reported in the PDF document) which,
though installed correctly, does not show in any output document, nor
does it display in the Font application in my Fedora release.This may
be an issue with the font rather than LO.I hope this helps.Rémy.
Le lundi 25 janvier 2021 à 13:51 +1000, Michael D. Setzer II a écrit :
Don't know if this will help, but went to the link, and got same
results with converting to pdf resulting in no emoji..With the text
example thou, I was able to get something that worked..Saved the file
as an html file.Then opened the file in firefox.Then printed to file
on my Fedora 32 machine to a PDF.That PDF file does seem to have the
kiss_mark emojis.Don't know if it will work  with the ones you want,
but might want to try that...

On 24 Jan 2021 at 21:16, Jeffrey Walton wrote:
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sent:         Sun, 24 Jan 2021 21:16:16 -0500Subject:         [libr
eoffice-users] lowriter does not handle emoji's

Hi Everyone,
I need help to workaround
I have an ODT document with an emoji in it. An emoji is just a
Unicodecodepoint (
conversion to PDF using lowriter the emoji is not present.Conversion happens with:
    lowriter --convert-to pdf emoji.odt
I'm working on Ubuntu 20.04 (Focal), x86_64, fully patched.
Ubuntu20.04 provides LibreOffice 40 (Build:2).
How do I ensure the emoji survives the conversion?
Thanks in advance,
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