Chromoji adds the Mac OS X style emoji font symbols to Google Chrome for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
Chromoji allows you to VIEW, COPY & PASTE the Mac OS X style emoji symbols in Google Chrome.
These small pictures have grown in popularity since the release of iOS and their addition into the mobile OS, as well as within the Mac OS, however when viewing them on many other systems you will only see a box. This extension will scan web pages and replace any box characters with the correct emoji image (or font).
It doesn't work inside Facebook Messages.
This is Facebook's fault because they filter out emoji characters (but it's fine on wall posts and comments).
Q - How do I know it's working?
A - Check the emoji is working at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emoji
Q - Can I type in emoji too?
A - Yes there is a toolbar button which opens up a keyboard.
Q - Does it work with Tweetdeck?
A - Please use the web app instead. https://web.tweetdeck.com/
What's new in 2.x.x:
• Insert your emojis from the toolbar (copy & paste)
What's new in 1.6.x:
• Most emojis show up inside text boxes and input elements.
What's new in 1.5.x:
• 8x faster code. Rewrote it from scratch. Dropped jQuery. :-)
What's new in 1.2.10:
• Rolled back to an earlier version of jquery after some people experienced issues with newer version.
What's new in 1.2.9:
• Fixes issue with .map file not being available, updated the version of jquery.
What's new in 1.2.8:
• Fixes issue with floating images.
What's new in 1.2.7:
• Added scaling option allowing the emoji to be displayed in different sizes.
• Added font option allowing the emoji to be displayed in a native font instead of images.
What's new in 1.2.6:
• Added simple blacklist support to disable emoji on sites.
• Fixed issue which prevented text nodes that were updated with emoji displaying.
What's new in 1.2.5:
• Update to fix potential issue on Linux caused by the case sensitive file system.
What's new in 1.2.4:
• The extension name has been updated to make it more obvious this is an Emoji extension.
What's new in 1.2.3:
• A new options page is available with an "iOS Compatibility" setting. When enabled, emoji that is not usually displayed by iOS will not appear. This setting is turned on by default.
What's new in 1.2.2:
• Fixed issue caused on sites that use document.write() to generate parts of the page. Emoji around these parts will no longer be rendered as it causes the code to run a second time and replace the whole page. Don't use document.write() on your websites.
What's new in 1.2.1:
• Updated the CSS to ensure emoji images do not inherit styles that cause them to display incorrectly.
What's new in 1.2:
• Page processing has been completely rewritten and is now a lot faster.
• The options page has been removed, processing is so fast there is no need to choose which Emoji to enable, it's just as fast with all of them switched on.
• Support for multiple characters per symbol has now been added, this means that both the pre iOS 5 and iOS 5+ version of the encoding is now supported.