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Strange characters encoding of emojis?

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I have seen many scripts where they have like Ã°Å¸â€â„¢ instead of actual emoji. What is this and how to get the emoji behind it?

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Use proper text editor with full utf-8 support.

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1 minute ago, Enyby said:

Use proper text editor with full utf-8 support.

No the text editor is fine. It is just bugged because script[when loaded] also shows those characters instead of emojis. How to fix?

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It's impossible. If GG shows characters, but your editor does not, then the problem is with your editor. If the GG also does not show characters, then they are damaged. I doubt that you will succeed in how they were damaged, and what was in the original.

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1 minute ago, Enyby said:

It's impossible. If GG shows characters, but your editor does not, then the problem is with your editor. If the GG also does not show characters, then they are damaged. I doubt that you will succeed in how they were damaged, and what was in the original.

I have no idea but both my editor and gg shows these characters instead of emojis. I think they are damaged?

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Yep.

[added 1 minute later]

In lua better use \u{XXX} unicode codes for prevent this situation. Or hex codes, which can be more to read.

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