This one is for me a real bug because I can’t figure out why I can’t use my universal emojis.
I’m on French keyboard azerty on Mac (*)
and when I use ⌘+Ctrl+Space (as usual) to get an emoji
some of them won’t be displayed.
Just try to get or
We know that Figma don’t handle this well… but as a user…
I WANT TO KNOW WHY ???
(*) it’s not a big deal but it’s already a trouble for Figma
→ no way to get the basic search with ⌘+’ … imagine the shit…
Please don’t give me links to Glyph or others plugins…
I would like an explanation or a native integration!
The answer is simple, this is not a bug: Figma uses a fixed set of emoji (they have a custom renderer so they can’t use your system emoji, they have to implement them manually) and this set is a bit outdated, so some emoji like these circles are not included in this set, Figma simply doesn’t know how to draw them. They implemented emoji just a couple of years ago, as far as I remember, before that they didn’t work at all.
Glad I found this post with the answer!
Does Figma intend to update the emoji list or is there something else planned? Is there an easier workaround than adding a colored ellipse with the text and grouping them with auto-layout?