It’s the font that’s used for icons failing to load or to be displayed. It happens to me sometimes (seems like when my browser’s running low on RAM but I don’t have proof for that) and is fixed by a reload without caching.
In any of these cases, the error message could be better. Something like “contains unsupported emoji/characters” instead of “too many bytes” or “does not match format”@Lil_VampireCJ
They should be standard Unicode emojis. They may be too new to be supported on Android.I’ll try using to make an Apple logo (it’s a private-use character, so it’ll probably be rejected).
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