Package Details: noto-color-emoji-fontconfig 1.0.0-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/noto-color-emoji-fontconfig.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: noto-color-emoji-fontconfig
Description: Fontconfig to enable Noto Color Emoji fonts where emojis can be displayed
Upstream URL: None
Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: noto-color-emoji-fontconfig-no-binding
Provides: noto-color-emoji-fontconfig
Submitter: quebin31
Maintainer: yifwon
Last Packager: yifwon
Votes: 20
Popularity: 0.95
First Submitted: 2021-01-22 18:27 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-04-10 12:10 (UTC)

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pegasus commented on 2023-08-31 09:56 (UTC)

This breaks CJK fonts in my terminal, and doesn't even appear to be necessary. The noto-fonts-emoji package displays color emoji in my terminal (and in Firefox) just fine without it. Not flagging out of date, but I'm left wondering why it exists, and what exactly it's actually meant to do.

SteelT commented on 2023-02-16 01:19 (UTC)

Using the fontconfig posted by @KotoWhiskas seems to have given me the best of both worlds. Allows colored emojis to be displayed in apps like Discord, and doesn't also break the text rendering for certain sites when using Firefox.

sunflowercx commented on 2023-01-18 13:35 (UTC)

I agree with @jonathon that it seems better to modify the code

    # local conf_avail='etc/fonts/conf.avail'
    # local conf_d='etc/fonts/conf.d/'
    local conf_avail='usr/share/fontconfig/conf.avail/'
    local conf_d='usr/share/fontconfig/conf.default/'

sunflowercx commented on 2023-01-18 13:24 (UTC) (edited on 2023-01-18 13:26 (UTC) by sunflowercx)

@abcfy2 comment out these codes

<!--    <match target="pattern">
        <test name="family"><string>sans</string></test>l.
        <edit name="family" mode="append"><string>Noto Color Emoji</string></edit>
    </match>

    <match target="pattern">
        <test name="family"><string>serif</string></test>
        <edit name="family" mode="append"><string>Noto Color Emoji</string></edit>
    </match>

    <match target="pattern">
        <test name="family"><string>sans-serif</string></test>
        <edit name="family" mode="append"><string>Noto Color Emoji</string></edit>
    </match>-->

KotoWhiskas commented on 2022-08-13 19:46 (UTC) (edited on 2022-08-13 19:47 (UTC) by KotoWhiskas)

It doesn't work for kde plasma for some reason, but adding these lines to ~/.config/fontconfig/fonts.conf did the trick:

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<!DOCTYPE fontconfig SYSTEM 'fonts.dtd'>
<fontconfig>
 <alias>
  <family>serif</family>
  <prefer>
   <family>Noto Sans</family>
   <family>Noto Color Emoji</family>
  </prefer>
 </alias>
 <alias>
  <family>sans-serif</family>
  <prefer>
   <family>Noto Sans</family>
   <family>Noto Color Emoji</family>
  </prefer>
 </alias>
 <alias>
  <family>monospace</family>
  <prefer>
   <family>Noto Sans</family>
   <family>Noto Color Emoji</family>
  </prefer>
 </alias>
 <dir>~/.fonts</dir>
 <match target="font">
  <edit name="hinting" mode="assign">
   <bool>true</bool>
  </edit>
 </match>
 <match target="font">
  <edit name="hintstyle" mode="assign">
   <const>hintslight</const>
  </edit>
 </match>
</fontconfig>

abcfy2 commented on 2022-03-28 02:16 (UTC)

Help. This config will cause number to color emoji. E.g: https://www.oschina.net/news/188550/beetlsql-3-13-1-released Would you please help?

Samuelfaure commented on 2022-03-09 11:32 (UTC)

Thank you so much, I was looking for exactly this!

jonathon commented on 2022-01-09 21:26 (UTC)

This might want to go under /usr/share/fontconfig/conf.avail/ to match fontconfig's files rather than /etc/fonts/conf.avail/ ?

malacology commented on 2022-01-06 05:14 (UTC)

Here it's too large

FederAndInk commented on 2021-10-26 20:38 (UTC)

Thanks for the contribution, it almost works everywhere.

Unfortunately, on Firefox, there is a problem on this website: https://reviews.llvm.org/