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Can't tell which Emojis already exist on local instance when searching as of Mastodon v3 #12132

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psydwannabe opened this issue Oct 9, 2019 · 0 comments · Fixed by #12135

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commented Oct 9, 2019

As of Mastodon v3, the "Custom Emoji" settings page in the Web UI (Settings > Administration > Custom Emoji) is now missing the "copy" column which would show whether or not you have a local copy of an emoji with the specified shortcode.

Expected behaviour

When searching for a shortcode in the "Custom Emojis" settings page, I should be able to tell which shortcodes already have emojis specified on my local instance and which do not.
Screenshot of "Custom Emojis" settings page in Mastodon prior to version 3, which includes a "copy" column which is replaced with an emoji if the local instance has an emoji for the corresponding shortcode.

Actual behaviour

I am unable to tell which are in use without having a separate window open to search my local instance for specific shortcodes one at a time.
Screenshot of "Custom Emojis" settings page in Mastodon v3.0.0, notably missing any indication of whether or not an emoji shortcode has a local variant or not.

Steps to reproduce the problem

  1. Upgrade to Mastodon v3.0.0
  2. Open the custom emojis settings page
  3. Note the lack of indication for whether or not a shortcode is already in use

Specifications

Mastodon v3.0.0
All browsers, all OSes

Gargron added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 9, 2019
Gargron added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 10, 2019
Fix #12132
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