(R), (c) and ™

Richard Wordingham richard.wordingham at ntlworld.com
Thu Dec 18 06:54:24 CST 2014

On Thu, 18 Dec 2014 09:42:13 -0200
Leonardo Boiko <leoboiko at namakajiri.net> wrote:

> For the record, the emoji selection issue is also affecting the Google
> Talk/Hangouts web client, where U+2122 (trademark, ™), U+00AE
> (registered, ®), U+00A9 (copyright, ©), and U+2194 (left right arrow,
> ↔) seem to be treated as emoji and displayed in funky blue:
> http://namakajiri.net/pics/screenshots/gmail_emouni.png

Is there any reason why one should wish to select between sober and
funky displays of U+2122 TRADEMARK, U+00AE REGISTERED, and U+00A9
COPYRIGHT character instance by character instance?  I confess I don't
understand why U+2194 should be subjected to special treatment.


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