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Question Unicode emoji being replaced by URLs pointing to svg files

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A website I comment on regularly uses wpdiscuz and recently any unicode emoji I insert into a comment is immediately replaced by a URL pointing to an svg file. Can you please advise what might be causing this so I can pass the info along to the site owner.

A screenshot of what the editor looks like after I insert a p**p emoji.

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@croissant

You should use the emoticons HTML entities not copy the emoticons. 

Please watch this video:  https://www.screencast.com/t/NAsLkdcQRVCG

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Okay, but it used to accept the unicode emoticons just fine. Has something changed recently in wpdiscuz? Why is it replacing them with those urls?

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@croissant,

This works in the case of the textarea, but not for the rich editor.  If you disable the rich editor it'll work as you need. 

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Well, can the editor be switched to textarea by the user because I see other people inserting unicode emoji just fine? See the EU flag in this comment:

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https://swimswam.com/2023-acc-championships-day-3-finals-live-recaap/#comment-1156314

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