Microsoft is open-sourcing its emoji (except the one you want)

Found 48 days ago at PC World

Microsoft said Wednesday that it has released almost all of its emoji designs to GitHub and Figma, allowing anyone to tweak and design their own. It’s no small task to open source each of Microsoft’s 1,538 emoji, Friedman wrote. “Similar to how typeface sets include bold, italic, and regular styles, emoji must exist as a SVG, PNG, and JPG file to allow for true versatility. And...

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