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There is a patch to support the character encoding necessary: https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/core/issues/339. The issue is whether to support older character sets for folks who can't/won't switch over. One position is that it's not a big ask for users to upgrade, but difficult for the developers to support both; the other position is that it forces an update ...


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During installation the CiviCRM are generated from xml files, and those will not always correspond 1-1 with the tables AFAIK. You can find the xm definitions in the civicrm folder: civicrm/xml/schema. Alternative is to use the API Explorer (Support/API Explorer in your CiviCRM menu) and do a getfields action for the entity? I would recommend using the API ...


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The Contact Layout Editor extension, first released in 2018, allows you to do quite a bit of hiding and rearranging on the Contact Summary screen.


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Mostly when working with complex form requirements in Drupal, folk are opting to use webform_civicrm as the flexibility it provides opens up many new options. For example in your case you could use Webform Conditionals to determine which fields show based on the choice of Membership Type (or type an existing user has if they are logged in or using a ...


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Thanks for asking a question like this. Merging of duplicate of contacts is a difficult process for a system like CiviCRM. Becasue CiviCRM is used in different countries and in different organizations. Each one has it is own rules who is a duplicate. The first difficulty is to identify who is a duplicate. The second difficulty is to merge those contacts. ...


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The short answer is No, Notes (apparently) may not contain emoji graphics. When I removed the 'megaphone' emoji from the above text, the rest of the Note text saved successfully.


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This can be done with Webform-CiviCRM integration, and probably with Caldera Form as well. You can create multiple contats on a single form, specify a single fee, create relationships between the organization and individual. The annual reminder can be sent out in a number of ways; if you're using Drupal, I'd just use the Webform email functionality to send ...


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