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emoji in Rmarkdown #171
If I put this in
An emoji like
#165 has been implemented. Please see the documentation about
Just for clarification, does this mean that emojis can't be rendered in either .Rmd or .Rmarkdown files if the output is like this?
And the workaround is to render the output like this
Or to write in a .md document instead of .Rmd or .Rmarkdown?
@ProQuestionAsker The life cycles of .Rmd vs .Rmarkdown:
Emoji is a Markdown extension only in Blackfriday. Pandoc does not support it. As a result, you must use .Rmarkdown if you must have emojis.
For TOC in .Rmarkdown, you have to use the Hugo variable
This won't work in blogdown:
output: md_document: toc:true
blogdown only supports the output format