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emojify.run("that'd") == that':D #36

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qq99 opened this Issue Jun 22, 2014 · 4 comments

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qq99 commented Jun 22, 2014

emojify.run("that'd") == that':D
=> that':smile:

that'd may not be grammatical, but it should not be emojified :P

@qq99 qq99 changed the title from emojify.run("that'd") == ':D to emojify.run("that'd") == that':D Jun 22, 2014

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That's weird, I'll try and have a look later this week.

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hassankhan commented Jun 23, 2014

That's weird, I'll try and have a look later this week.

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We're also having x-d rendered as an Emoji.

See this blog post for details.

http://virgin.smallpict.com/2014/07/01/sixdigit.html

We're using Emojify in Fargo.

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scripting commented Jul 1, 2014

We're also having x-d rendered as an Emoji.

See this blog post for details.

http://virgin.smallpict.com/2014/07/01/sixdigit.html

We're using Emojify in Fargo.

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@scripting my PR here #35 suggests that your issue should be fixed, are you sure you're using a more recent version of emojifyjs?

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qq99 commented Jul 13, 2014

@scripting my PR here #35 suggests that your issue should be fixed, are you sure you're using a more recent version of emojifyjs?

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I've found out why my issue is occuring, and am working on a PR to prevent it.
Basically, I was trying to emojify the string I'd (the HTML escaped version of I'd), and it's matching the ;d

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qq99 commented Jul 13, 2014

I've found out why my issue is occuring, and am working on a PR to prevent it.
Basically, I was trying to emojify the string I'd (the HTML escaped version of I'd), and it's matching the ;d

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