I am using HTLM with Unicode characters to "beautify" my surveys and I have noticed that on Android specifically there seems to be a problem:
In Connect my example looks like this:
So its nice because you get a "picture" or icon effect without the overhead...
Now on the Windows Survey123 app it looks like this:
Still looks quite the same, right?
Ok now lets see what Android does with this form:
I am okay with the unicode being rendered to look differently - but the positioning is all wrong...
Any ideas would be appreciated - but I think i'm on my own with this one 😞
p.s I tried all kinds of tricks - from putting it in an html table etc etc... nothing works
Unfortunately, each OS maker is free to implement emojis based on their specifications; in the case of Automobiles (https://emojipedia.org/automobile/), it appears Google is rather unique in its implementation. The same goes for how the characters align in text - it looks like Google doesn't treat it as a full height character...