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Switch to Twitch v2 emote API for animated emote support #2863

merged 3 commits into from Jun 4, 2021


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@Bun Bun commented Jun 4, 2021

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Using v2 paths is required for animated emotes, as can be seen in the following example.

Example of an animated emote: Outdated Show resolved Hide resolved
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LGTM, thanks for your contribution 👍

@zneix zneix enabled auto-merge (squash) June 4, 2021 19:24
@zneix zneix merged commit 6611c24 into Chatterino:master Jun 4, 2021
@Bun Bun deleted the animated-emotes branch June 4, 2021 20:23
zneix added a commit to SevenTV/chatterino7 that referenced this pull request Jun 6, 2021
Now we're on commit 2f568b8; Changes from upstream we pulled:
 - Minor: Searching for users in the viewer list now searches anywhere in the user's name. (Chatterino#2861)
 - Minor: Now shows deletions of messages like timeouts (Chatterino#1155, Chatterino#2841)
 - Minor: Added a link to accounts page in settings to "You need to be logged in to send messages" message. (Chatterino#2862)
 - Minor: Switch to Twitch v2 emote API for animated emote support. (Chatterino#2863)
 - Bugfix: Fix reconnecting when IRC write connection is lost (Chatterino#1831, Chatterino#2356, Chatterino#2850)
 - Bugfix: Fixed bit emotes not loading in some rare cases. (Chatterino#2856)
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