Created attachment 1407452 [details]
Description of problem:
As shown in the attached screencast.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Created attachment 1407474 [details]
Created attachment 1407858 [details]
That is a gnome-terminal problem. It works in gedit and in other gnome programs like in the "enter command" dialog as shown in this screenshot.
gnome-terminal cannot display most emoji sequences correctly (i.e. emoji
which consist of more than one character). For example, gnome-terminal
cannot display any of the following emoji sequences correctly:
In emoji-picker, if you right click on an emoji, some information about that emoji is displayed. There you can see whether the emoji is a single character or a sequence. For example for the Canadian flag you will find:
🇨🇦 U+1F1E8 U+1F1E6
Move bug to gnome-terminal.
Created attachment 1407882 [details]
Created attachment 1407883 [details]
Attached screenshot is what I got when I try to paste some flags and others to libreoffice writer
(In reply to lnie from comment #6)
> Attached screenshot is what I got when I try to paste some flags and others
> to libreoffice writer
Yes, libreoffice does not support these either. That is a problem
in libreoffice, not in the inputmethod used to input these sequences.
Above reported issue is reproducible in Fedora 30 with Fedora-Everything-netinst-x86_64-30-20190401.n.0.iso
able to input flags in gedit, but not on terminal and libreoffice.