This is a discussion topic for the Ore project, MCMoji. View the full project on Ore for downloads and more information.
It’s emoji, in Minecraft. Not sure how else to explain it.
:emojiname: in chat and it’ll get replaced with an emoji.
If your server uses a custom resource pack, you’ll need to merge it with the one hosted on GitHub, and then set it under
resource-pack in the config. Otherwise, leave it blank. If your server’s resource pack is already being set by something else, e.g.
server.properties or a plugin, set
send-pack to false to not force the pack on login.
Custom emoji names can be placed in the JSON files, and new JSON files can be created; follow the examples of the ones provided.
If you set
enable-permissions to true, then you will need
mcmoji.emoji.<emojiname> to use that emoji. Note that only the aliases in filenames.json can be used in the permission.
dynamic, the resource pack will be updated whenever I update it. If it’s
static, it will always stay the same for the version of MCMoji you’ve downloaded. Balance automatic updates with guaranteed stability, your choice.