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readme: Package added to Arch Linux repos

Might as well mention only Arch as users of derivative distributions
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## Installation

### Arch & Manjaro
A kind soul has packaged it as [rofimoji-git](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/rofimoji-git/). To, install, use `$YOUR_FAVORITE_AUR_HELPER -S rofimoji-git`.
### Arch

A kind soul has packaged it as [rofimoji](https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/any/rofimoji/). To, install, use `sudo pacman -Syu rofimoji`.

### From sources

Download `rofimoji.py` and move it somewhere on your path, for example `/usr/local/bin`.

What else do you need:
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- xdotool for typing the emoji
- xsel to copy the emoji to the clipboard

For Ubuntu zesty: `sudo aptitude install python3 fonts-emojione xsel xdotool`
For Arch/Manjaro: `yay -S python ttf-emojione-color xsel xdotool`
For Ubuntu zesty: `sudo aptitude install fonts-emojione python3 rofi xdotool xsel`
For Arch: `sudo pacman -Syu emoji-font python rofi xdotool xsel`

## Updating the emojis

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## FAQ

### Why is it so pedestrian? Why not simply import from `emojis.py`?

Because now you only have to download one file, and it works 
Additionally, we need no separate I/O just to load the emojis. This is good, right?

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