Support » Plugin: WP Emoji One » The button to insert Emojis doesn't appear

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  • Thread Starter dialex

    (@dialex)

    Here is a screenshot: http://s23.postimg.org/lrk8654ln/screen.png

    Can I get a reply from you after 5 months? It’s getting embarrassing for you.

    Plugin Author Leandro Gómez

    (@leogg)

    Can I get a reply from you after 5 months? It’s getting embarrassing for you.

    This is a free plugin. If you’re not satisified, I’ll gladly refund you 100% of the amount paid.

    As for the error, I can’t do anything unless you provide actual information about your site. A simple screenshot or trying to shame the developers won’t do the trick.

    Thread Starter dialex

    (@dialex)

    You’re wrong, it did the trick, I got a reply from you after 5 months waiting. Now that I have your attention…

    I’m using this plugin which enables me to write in markdown. I think it overrides the default WP text editor. That may explain why your plugin’s button doesn’t appear.

    However, I thought your plugin parsed the entire text and replaced every emoji pattern 😥 with the respective image. That way, your plugin would work with or without the button. That would be an interesting improvement, because you would support any custom text editor the user has. What are your thoughts about this?

    Finally, I’m not a client, I’m a user. And every user has the right to ask for support. A humble developer would be glad that someone uses his/her software and cares enough to ask questions about it, questions that may improve the product or fix a bug. If you build something and you can’t (or don’t want to) provide support, you should open-source it.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    Finally, I’m not a client, I’m a user. And every user has the right to ask for support.

    And developers have the right to ignore you. Sorry, but that’s just how it is. Plugin authors are under no obligations to provide support, regardless of your thoughts on the matter.

    It’s nice when they do provide support but try not to feel so entitled.

    If you build something and you can’t (or don’t want to) provide support, you should open-source it.

    This plugin and all the code on this site are already open source and licensed via the GPL.

    Thread Starter dialex

    (@dialex)

    I asked for help » I was ignored.
    I critized the developer » Suddenly has time to reply to me.

    I wish the developer had said “Sry, no time for you” the first time. A dozen characters would be enough for me to know I needed to get the solution from somewhere else and closed this topic.

    Plugin Author Leandro Gómez

    (@leogg)

    If you build something and you can’t (or don’t want to) provide support, you should open-source it.

    As @jan pointed out, this plugin is already open source. You’re more than welcome to submit a patch or make your own fork of the plugin.

    However, I thought your plugin parsed the entire text and replaced every emoji pattern 😥 with the respective image. That way, your plugin would work with or without the button. That would be an interesting improvement, because you would support any custom text editor the user has. What are your thoughts about this?

    Sadly, I have no time to work on this at the moment. Again, you’re welcome to submit a patch if you want this feature.

    Thread Starter dialex

    (@dialex)

    Thanks mate 😉
    I’ll change my review

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