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Adding missing squares, 'sparkle', 'package', and 'back'. #17

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juliamae commented Nov 16, 2012

I think these could perhaps be the last of the missing emoji.

There are a whole lotta squares in here, so I renamed the old white_square and black_square to their actual names, white_large_square and black_large_square, to be consistent with the new squares.

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I'm not sure why Safari is rendering the medium small squares with emoji, as there are existing unicode characters for them, but those are the right codes.

For the record, the difference between the large and medium BLACK squares is only the highlight and the difference between the large and medium WHITE squares is the color of the outline (maybe the highlight, too- it's hard to tell). However there is no size difference.

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- Renaming existing squares for consistency with sized naming convention.
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aroben commented Nov 16, 2012

I'm not sure why Safari is rendering the medium small squares with emoji, as there are existing unicode characters for them, but those are the right codes.

Starting in Mountain Lion, the OS replaces certain non-emoji characters with their emoji equivalents.

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josh commented Nov 16, 2012

heh, merge it.

ping me in CF so I can get you setup gem releases. need other people to be able to handle it if i'm away.

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@juliamae juliamae Merge pull request #17 from github/more-missing-emoji
Adding missing squares, 'sparkle', 'package', and 'back'.
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@juliamae juliamae merged commit 8bf88ab into master Nov 16, 2012

ymendel commented Nov 16, 2012

Starting in Mountain Lion, the OS replaces certain non-emoji characters with their emoji equivalents.

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