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emoji(Sticons) do not show up on the Line client #54

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Deen12520 opened this Issue Aug 10, 2017 · 2 comments

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Deen12520 commented Aug 10, 2017

problem

Line user sends emoji(sticons) to my bot, and my bot return the same emoji(sticons).
But, the emoji(sticons) cannot show up.

It shows it's sysbol code, like (clov)(clov)(thinking of him)(Moon cool)

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line_bot_api.reply_message( event.reply_token, TextSendMessage(text= message_text))

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..."message":{"type":"text","id":"6521045438173","text":"(clov)(clov)(thinking of him)(Moon cool)"}}]}

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Deen12520 commented Aug 10, 2017

the sticons is the emoji.

@Deen12520 Deen12520 changed the title Sticons do not show up on the Line client Sticons(emoji) do not show up on the Line client Aug 10, 2017

@Deen12520 Deen12520 changed the title Sticons(emoji) do not show up on the Line client emoji(Sticons) do not show up on the Line client Aug 10, 2017

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be-hase commented Aug 14, 2017

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(clov) is emoji defined by LINE.

If you want to send these emoji, please refer to these document.
https://devdocs.line.me/en/#send-message-object

You can include emoticons in your message text. Because emoticons are a part of Unicode, they must be converted from their character codes.
Note that the character code, 0x1000B2, is used in the example on the right. Although the emoticon does not show up correctly in the browser, it will show up in LINE.
For a list of emoticons that can be sent with the Messaging API, see emoticon list.

https://devdocs.line.me/files/emoticon.pdf

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