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Che Castro

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Quote from John gruber Twitter "Emoji aren’t accepted characters for the Color watch face monogram, but regular Unicode glyphs are."

:apple:
https://mobile.twitter.com/gruber/status/589510016799006720/photo/1
https://mobile.twitter.com/gruber/status/589510016799006720


And from 9to5mac

"There are several different other aspects to the information that the publication received, including the ability to imprint a digital monogram on certain clock faces. This means that the wearer can put a series of letters, up to four it seems, and “imprint” them on a certain clock face to give it that bit more of individuality."
 

bunnicula

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Jul 23, 2008
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Quote from John gruber Twitter "Emoji aren’t accepted characters for the Color watch face monogram, but regular Unicode glyphs are."

:apple:
https://mobile.twitter.com/gruber/status/589510016799006720/photo/1
https://mobile.twitter.com/gruber/status/589510016799006720


And from 9to5mac

"There are several different other aspects to the information that the publication received, including the ability to imprint a digital monogram on certain clock faces. This means that the wearer can put a series of letters, up to four it seems, and “imprint” them on a certain clock face to give it that bit more of individuality."

There was a thread on here a while back that discussed Apple Watch having a "logo" on the watch face like mechanical watches. I had a feeling they'd have built this in. Very good!
 

angle

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Mar 3, 2008
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How the hell can a symbol/letter translate into that. Seriously...grow up.

For someone who has not been a member of these forums very long you sure do have a negative personality / aggressive nature. He was stating it in good fun. Relax, enjoy your time here!
 

H3rman

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Apr 16, 2015
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For someone who has not been a member of these forums very long you sure do have a negative personality / aggressive nature. He was stating it in good fun. Relax, enjoy your time here!

How long I've been a member is irrelevant. It's a tech forum. Why are people bringing up political issues?!

I just told the guy that the symbol isn't a smiley face then someone comes along and says stupid things about it meaning death to America. Keep the politics off of forums, there is a time and place and this isn't one of them.

That's what I'm getting it. The fact I'm a new member to this place is irrelevant, my response would have been identical even if I'd been on this site for the last 20 years.
 

TPadden

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Oct 28, 2010
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How long I've been a member is irrelevant. It's a tech forum. Why are people bringing up political issues?!......
Only one who is a total newby here would ask that question. It's a political forum that often discusses tech issues :D.

What is the tech question the thread title asks? :rolleyes:
 

Appl3FTW

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Nov 15, 2012
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Quote from John gruber Twitter "Emoji aren’t accepted characters for the Color watch face monogram, but regular Unicode glyphs are."

:apple:
https://mobile.twitter.com/gruber/status/589510016799006720/photo/1
https://mobile.twitter.com/gruber/status/589510016799006720


And from 9to5mac

"There are several different other aspects to the information that the publication received, including the ability to imprint a digital monogram on certain clock faces. This means that the wearer can put a series of letters, up to four it seems, and “imprint” them on a certain clock face to give it that bit more of individuality."

How can we do that thru customization?
 
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