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- UniEmoji now requires Python 3
- The IBus window finally responds to mouse clicks (thanks Mike Fabian @mike-fabian)
- Currency symbols added to the list of candidates (Mike Fabian)
- The installation can now be customized with the variables PREFIX, SYSCONFDIR,
DATADIR, DESTDIR, PYTHON (thanks Brian Tarricone @kelnos, Roland Hieber @rohieb, Kirill Boltaev @aske)
- Update UnicodeData to 9.0
- Input using well-known “shortnames”, e.g. :grin: or :eggplant:. The table
of shortnames comes courtesy of EmojiOne.
Various EmojiOne aliases are also supported.
- Allow searching using punctuation. Useful for aliases such as ':)'
- Dashes have been added to the list of candidates (en-dash, em-dash, etc.)
- Project transferred to a new maintainer
- Update UnicodeData to 8.0
- Load custom substitutions from
~/.config/uniemoji/custom.json(or rather, any dir in the XDG config
path if you have pyxdg installed, which modern distros do by default)
- Improve fuzzy search ranking. Search terms can be given out of order
- Welcome Ori Avtalion @salty-horse as a core developer. Yay,
ibus-uniemoji has a team now!
- Fuzzy search
- Use system default keyboard layout/variant
(Actually that's a lie! That's what IBus calls the option, but in reality
what it does is keep the previous layout/variant when you switch. So if
you're coming from a qwerty IM to uniemoji, you'll get qwerty; if you're
coming from a dvorak IM, you get dvorak, and so on.)