Emotes

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"Emotes" or "symbols" were introduced in fCraft 0.635. The characters cannot be typed in directly in Minecraft. Instead, special keywords should be used to insert them into messages.

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Keywords

Symbol Code Keyword
0001 {:)}

{smile}

0002 {smile2}
0003 {<3}

{heart}

{hearts}

0004 {diamond}

{diamonds}

{rhombus}

0005 {club}

{clubs}

{clover}

{shamrock}

0006 {spade}

{spades}

000B {male}

{mars}

000C {female}

{venus}

000D {8}

{note}

{quaver}

000E {notes}

{music}

000F {sun}
0013 {!!}
0014 {P}

{para}

{paragraph}

{pilcrow}

§ 0015 {S}

{sect}

{section}

Symbol Code Keyword
0007 {*}

{bull}

{bullet}

{dot}

{point}

0008 {hole}
0009 {circle}

{o}

0016 {-}

{_}

{bar}

{half}

001C {L}

{angle}

{corner}

007F {house}
^ 005E {caret}

{hat}

~ 007E {tilde}

{wave}

` 00B4 {'}

{grave}

Symbol Code Keyword
0018 {^}

{up}

0019 {v}

{down}

001A {>}

{->}

{right}

001B {<}

{<-}

{left}

001E {^^}

{up2}

001F {vv}

{down2}

0010 {>>}

{right2}

0011 {<<}

{left2}

001D {<>}

{<->}

{leftright}

0012 {updown}

{^v}

0017 {updown2}

{^v_}


Permissions

Ranks with UseEmotes permission can use these in chat. IRC users may also use these if IRCAllowMinecraftEmotes config key is enabled (default: false).

Remarks

  • Emote keywords can be escaped by adding a backslash (\) before the curly brace, e.g. typing \{<3} produces {<3} in chat. The backslash itself can be escaped! Typing in \\{<3} produces \♥ in chat.
  • Minecraft client has many quirks when dealing with emotes. Some of them require padding or a suffix to be inserted after the symbol to work properly. That's why you may sometimes see dots at the end of lines that end with symbols, and why with non-standard clients (e.g. Charged-Miners) may show extra space or symbols in chat after the emotes.
  • To insert emotes into messages in mods, use Unicode literals with the "code" mentioned above. For instance, to insert a heart (♥) into a message, add "\u0003" where you want the heart to appear. In the log file, in console, and on IRC, emotes are translated into corresponding UTF-8 characters. LineWrapper will automatically process your message to display correctly in-game.
  • Caret (^), tilde (~), and grave (`) characters were added in fCraft 0.642 to accommodate players using vanilla Minecraft Classic clients, who cannot enter these symbols in chat.

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