I have an .odt doc which uses the the Black Right-Pointing triangle character (See https://www.compart.com/en/unicode/U+25B6 for an example.)
However, on Linux Mint 21, LibreOffice renders it as a Play Button emoji (see https://emojiterra.com/play-button/ for an example.)
On the latest version of Xubuntu and Windows 11, the doc renders it as a Unicode triangle. Only on Linux Mint does it show as an emoji. All three OSes are on the same version of LibreOffice.
Linux Mint renders the Unicode triangle correctly elsewhere (Text Editor, web browsers, etc.) Only in LibreOffice (I’ve tried both Writer and Impress) does it show as an emoji.
Even more problematic: when I export the doc as a .pdf, it saves it as a Unicode arrow, but it’s transparent (or perhaps white). You can’t see if, but you can select it and paste it into another doc to confirm it’s the Unicode arrow.
Is there a setting where I can turn off converting Unicode characters to emoji?
Thanks for any help you can give. I’ve spent a couple hours on this and haven’t found a solution yet.