I noticed that searching for from the search bar allowed me to find all of my macros containing in both title and within the macro itself, including (say) a macro in the Global Macro Group I named "L1)ID:white_check_mark:".
However, searching for did not find any macros containing anywhere (which I use to indicate a sub-macro program).
Are there search issues with emoji being used in macro names or within the macros themselves? Much like Keyboard Maestro, I use emoji unapologetically and quite frequently
I also have this bug. Makes finding little emoji snippets very difficult.
A quick test with Keyboard Maestro 10.2 on macOS 10.14.6.
Found in a display text action:
Not found in a display text action:
Unicode off plane 0 (ie, any unicode after U+FFFF) are not well handled in many respects. The parking emoji is U+1F17F. The white_check_mark emoji is U+2705. Compounded by the fact the the native NSString implementation on the Mac is composed of 16-bit characters.
That said, this one is me not handling the two-character character as well as I could, so I have resolved it for the next version.