After a tip from Albacore, some people were interested in using the stickers for their own use, which can be found in Windows.UI.Internal.Input.ExpressiveInput.Resource.dll.
If you don’t know how to extract these stickers from the .dll file, you can download them here down below. Format 128×128 Transparent PNG.
💭Did you know that the Windows Touch Keyboard was supposed to have its own sticker pack ecosystem at one point?
Stickers belonging to a scrapped Ninja Cat pack can be found in Windows.UI.Internal.Input.ExpressiveInput.Resource.dll today even though the feature got axed in 2018. pic.twitter.com/WgzJloOcmD
— Albacore (@thebookisclosed) August 9, 2021
- Download: Sticker Pack