'Some pi fonts harboured even rarer characters, as can be seen in the 1935 edition of Madeline Brandeis’s book Carmen of the Golden Coast. These are honest-to-God typographic smileys, printed thirty years before Harvey Ball got the credit for inventing them and sixty before Shigetaka Kurita immortalised them in pixels... Certainly, this is the only pre-emoji printed work I’ve come across that contains “🙂” and “😭︎” as individual glyphs...'
I don't know what Shady Characters does to its text encoding that Vivaldi's spellchecker doesn't understand. 😕
The upper line was typed manually by me; the lower is pasted from https://shadycharacters.co.uk/2018/10/emoji-part-3-go-west/
@GardenOfForkingPaths From the source code it seems they use jQuery Hypher (https://github.com/bramstein/hypher) and the patterns are from a tex hyphenator
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