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Demolishun19190156dA magnifying glass app might be helpful as well. Does zooming in make it bigger? I have the same issue as you. Sometimes I just cannot tell what it is.
In theory, Unicode lookup table.
Unicode has a detailed explanation of all characters, so character lookup of Unicode sign plus outputting description.
I'm not sure if a glyph has size constraint, but a font needs to map a unicode character to a glyph and thus it could be possible to create a font that displays instead of an graphical emoji an glyph containing the description.
I guess that's the only sane (haha who am I kidding) way of creating a system wide working thingy.... As everything else should be entirely dependent on the corresponding software stack (e.g. Webbrowser showing text vs showing editable form etc.)
vane10673155dpip install emoji
Lensflare5101129dNot sure if it would work but maybe a custom font that renders text instead of emojis?