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Fan Gao
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Jul 2, 2006

OK, so maybe this isn't the most intellectually stimulating question of the year but I have to ask:)

I did do a search before I'm screamed at but all I could find was someone else asking the same question without a reply and al of the other threads that came up were in foreign languages, well foreign to me anyway:)

So, by now you can see that I am able to type the strokes to get a "smiley face" but my question is:

What do I type to get other emoticons?

I want, angry, embarrassed, surprised, shocked...you know the kind of thing.

Is there a list somewhere or a link to another site with the standard keystrokes?

Thanks in advance,
Mark


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Dees  Identity Verified
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Hi Mark! Jul 2, 2006

Is this what you're looking for?

http://www.proz.com/?sp=bb/faq

Have a good weekend!


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Fan Gao
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Thank you... Jul 2, 2006

That is exactly what I was looking for:D

You have a good weekend too.

Best wishes,
Mark


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Angela&Claudio
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I wanna try too Jul 2, 2006



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Branka Stankovic McCarthy  Identity Verified
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:o Jul 2, 2006

Been wondering about that too.

And now we all know that it can't be inserted in the message title . LOL



[Edited at 2006-07-02 09:51]


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Alanna
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Was wondering too Jul 6, 2006

I'd been wondering about that too but never asked - I thought if there isn't a smiley selector around maybe it's a feature you only get when you have so-and-so-many KudoZ points.
(You can tell I'm not a regular on the forums, right?)
Thanks for this question and its answer!:-)


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Özden Arıkan  Identity Verified
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Shortcut tip Jul 6, 2006

If you see a smiley or any other html trick on a message, and wonder how the poster was ever able to do it, all you need to do is click the [Reply with quote] link at the bottom and view the message with all its tags naked. For instance, hitting that button now, you can see how I made the font red two lines above.

Hope this helps!

zden

[Edited at 2006-07-06 18:05]


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