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    Default New Smilies

    We've got some new smilies.

    ... and a lot more. Have fun.

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    Talking Found 'em

    Thanks for more smileys.
    I like the and the shooters are cool too!
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    OK, may be a dumb question, but where do you hide the smilies? I can never find the little buggers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    OK, may be a dumb question, but where do you hide the smilies? I can never find the little buggers.
    Similies are available ONLY for users that have selected the "Standard" or "Enhanced" Message Editor Interface.

    Do the following steps to get to see the Smilies.

    1. Click Home > User CP on the navigation menu.
    2. The User Control Panel page will display.
    3. In the left-colum, click Edit Options.
    4. The User Control Panel - Edit Options page will display.
    5. Scroll to the bottom of the page.
    6. In the Miscellaneous Options box, take note of the Message Editor Interface selection.
    7. Smilies are only available for the Standard or Enhanced selection.
    8. If your option is set to Basic, change to Standard or Enhanced.
    9. Click the Save Changes button.
    10. Post a message and click on a smiley or the [More] button and select a smilie to put into your message.

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    Cool Thanks, Steve.

    Time for my little happy...pill


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    Wow, didn't know these options were available.

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