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Because `rofimoji` is not yet synced to the Manjaro repo, but some might
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# Emoji-Picker

How often did you want to insert one of those Unicode emoji only to learn that there is no nice picker for Linux?
Fear no more, this script uses the power of [rofi](https://github.com/DaveDavenport/rofi/) to present exactly the picker you always wanted.
Inserts the selected emoji directly, or copies it to the clipboard.

## Usage

1. Run `rofimoji.py`
2. Search for the emoji you want
3. (optional) Select multiple emoji with `alt+enter`
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6. 🎠

## How does it look?

![Screenshot of rofimoji](screenshot.png?raw=true)

## Installation

### 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
#### AUR for Manjaro and others
If `rofimoji` is not yet synced to your distro's repo, you can also install [rofimoji-git](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/rofimoji-git/) from the AUR.

### 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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For Arch: `sudo pacman -Syu emoji-font python rofi xdotool xsel`

## Updating the emojis

This is only needed if a new Unicode version came out and you can't wait for the official update!

1. Install Python 3 and `pip install -r requirements-dev.txt`
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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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