Yep, supposedly part of the Emojione
set that, alas
, is no more and has been replaced with JoyPixels
I have found a few more, but can't figure out a reliable source or pattern...
Some country names work, too -- but not "usa
" or "spain
" for some reason.
EDIT: well, I found a visual list and figured the separator/blank character to be the underscore...
EDIT: FTR, I solved it in a roundabout way. Downloaded the Emojione
source code release from https://github.com/joypixels/emojione/releases
'). Inside that archive is a 'emoji.json
' which is nothing but a formatted plain text file that lists several elements for each and every emoji included. Use a JSON editor/viewer -- I used Mitec Json Viewer
-- to search for the name of the image as given in the Joypixels page above and just used the string given in its "shortname
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E.g.: :frowning: for "Frowning face with open mouth"
So :france: doesn't work, but :flag_fr: or just :fr: does, as seen below...