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It's not a massive problem, but I was wondering if anyone had the same, and managed to get it fixed.
When I open DSM panel on Sketch, all I can see is plenty of [?] icons. When i rollover any of the titles though, the emoji icon is visible.
Sorry to see that you're running into this issue. I appreciate you taking the time to provide that screenshot. In order to determine what might be causing this, could you please provide some additional information?:
Look forward to hearing from you,
Here you go:
Sketch version 55.2
Craft version 1.0.59
DSM version 1.1.21
Thanks for providing those version/system specs!
I've played around with this a bit and have a few follow up questions. When labeling those sections in DSM did you place emojis there intentionally? What method did you use (e.g. copy and paste the emoji from somewhere else, or use the control + command + space bar trick)? Have they ever shown up before, not just when you hover over them?
Hi Caitlin - Yes I placed emojis intentionally and I tried both methods. The same happens to InVision example library when I load it via Sketch plugin.I noticed something else though - a similar things happens on chrome tabs, when emojis is in the title of a page:
When I open the same page in Safari, everything looks correct:
Thank you so much for following up with all of these details, Michal! At this point, I would like to have our Support team take a look at this for you.
I will open a ticket on your behalf including all of the information you have in this post. Please keep an eye out for a message from one of our Support agents soon.
Shaina Torgerson - Do you know if there was a solution to this issue? I am currently experiencing similar issues.
Sorry to hear that you're also running into this issue. In order to determine what might be causing this, we'll need some of the information as requested above:
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