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Old 04-13-05, 12:25 PM   #1
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How do I insert smilies?

I've been to my user control panel. And I have standard editor checked. So how do I insert smilies in a message? Just where are they at in the message box?
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You don't need to do anything special.

Just type it out for example is

Code:
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how do you do that code thing?
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Use the red "Reply" link in the post you are replying to or use the "Go Advanced" button when composing a message (before you type your message) The Smilies will be obvious to you on the right side of your screen. Just click on one and it will be inserted at the point where your cursor is.
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how do you do that code thing?
To prevent stuff from being parsed use

[code]
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Use the red "Reply" link in the post you are replying to or use the "Go Advanced" button when composing a message (before you type your message) The Smilies will be obvious to you on the right side of your screen. Just click on one and it will be inserted at the point where your cursor is.
I see nothing on the right side of my screen. I'm looking for more than the basic
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I used to have smilies a while back, but I can't seem to find them anymore.
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To prevent stuff from being parsed use

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ok heres the test


Code:
OPERATOR THIS BETTER WORK!!!

wait its not working...
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Code:
OPERATOR THIS BETTER WORK!!!

wait its not working...

Hehe. You need the [/code] as well silly. The funny thing is when you quote someone who has omitted the end tag, it suddenly acts as if it was there.
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does it work now, I put the stuff into the button that said Code.
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