Alfred Emoji Script with Taco and other unicode 9 emoji
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Emoji Taco 🌮

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About

This emoji workflow scrapes Unicode.org to pull down the latest set of EMOJI!!. On first run you must be connected to the Internet so that you can generate the initial Emoji set. As new emoji are released you should be able to re-generate to keep the plugin up to date.

To initialize the emoji set type

init emoji this will go to unicode.org and scrape the current emoji list. It parses the mega chart pulling out all Emoji that exist in the apple ecosystem.

Emoji Searching

Use the e command to search for emoji. tac

You can use the - to exclude items from a search such as:

Emoji Count

If there are more than 9 matches a dialog showing the emoji count will appear.

Commands

  • alt/option () - Show Unicode Values
  • cmd () - Show Python String
  • ctrl () - Show Python String decoded
  • shift () - Display the image in QuickLook

Non Apple-supported Emoji

There are emoji that are not supported on Apple devices and/or not supported on OSX but maybe exist in a beta version of iOS.

For example the Rainbow Flag emoji currently will render a pride flag on iOS but on OSX (at the time of this writing) it will render a while flag followed by a rainbow symbol 🏳️‍🌈️. You should still be able to use this and other emoji even if they render strangely on the current OS.

Configuration Options

You can change the keyword in the settings of the workflow