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Chat Emojis is a lightweight plugin that replaces emoticons with 'emojis'.
Chat Emojis allows you to add your own emojis in the config file and supports multiple emoticons, random emoji selection, and regular expression capturing. Chat Emojis comes with 39 default emojis including all of the emojis on Hypixel.
*Emojis can also be used on signs and in books too
For detailed screenshots, check the releases.
REQUIREMENTS: Java 8+
/emoji (or /emojis) - Displays a list of all emojis
/emoji help - Displays a list of commans
/emoji reload - Reloads all emojis
/emoji settings - Toggle plugin settings
/emoji version - Show emoji version
chatemojis.list- permission to list emojis
chatemojis.use.* - permission to use all emojis
chatemojis.reload - permission to reload emojis
chatemojis.admin - permission to change settings (and reload)
chatemojis.* - permission to use everything
Emoji Specific Permission
Ungrouped emojis permission is as easy as chatemojis.use.<name>
Grouped emojis permission needs to include the path to the group (ex. chatemojis.use.<group-path>.<name>)
(if you don't know the permission for a specific emoji, you can view the permission by hovering over the emoji (in /emoji list) if you're an operator)
Permission for default Hypixel emojis:
chatemojis.use.hypixel.basic.* - permission to use all basic emojis
chatemojis.use.hypixel.premium.* - permission to use all premium emojis
chatemojis.use.hypixel.* - permission to use all Hypixel emojis
ChatEmojis soft-depends on PlaceholderAPI. PlaceholderAPI is NOT required for ChatEmojis to work, but if you plan on using placeholders in emojis, PlaceholderAPI is supported.
If you want to create your own emoji, you can just do so by copying an existing emoji and replacing the keys and values with your desired input. But if you're interested in learning how to use regular expression, multiple emoticon inputs, emoji outputs and other configuration options, you can check out this wiki which contains a full tutorial and explanation on how to use the configuration file to create your own emojis.
ChatEmojis's development is currently on pause (since February 2021). I do plan to continue ChatEmojis as soon as I finish a project I'm currently working on (which happens to be a fairly large project). Your feedback and suggestions are still welcome on my github.
ChatEmojis was build off of the spigot 1.16 api, therefore is meant for 1.16. But if I'm not mistaken, it should technically work for 1.13 and higher. If you want to use ChatEmojis for 1.12 and lower. I recommend getting the first version. (No promises though).
Emojis for chat