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06-07-2010 05:35 PM

:smileyhappy:  what does that do



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Re: test

06-07-2010 05:35 PM in reply to: wrighte

and if I put the smiley syntax in a code window:

 

 

:)

 

 



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Re: test

06-08-2010 08:38 AM in reply to: wrighte

Test signature



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Re: test

06-08-2010 11:06 PM in reply to: wrighte

wrighte wrote:

and if I put the smiley syntax in a code window:

 

 

:)

 

 


I see the "don't parse code for smileys" feature isn't working.
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Re: test

06-09-2010 09:33 AM in reply to: Steve_Johnson

If you change emoticon type to 'none"  under My Settings-->Preferences,-->Display, the smileys won't  display.



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Re: test

06-09-2010 08:36 PM in reply to: wrighte

Yes, I know, but that's a global setting. It doesn't make sense to ever parse code for smileys or anything else, regardless of that setting. But that's a tiny nitpick among the terrible mess of this new forum software as a whole, so it's not worth worrying about.

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Re: test

06-09-2010 10:43 PM in reply to: Steve_Johnson

Steve_Johnson wrote:

Yes, I know, but that's a global setting. It doesn't make sense to ever parse code for smileys or anything else, regardless of that setting. But that's a tiny nitpick among the terrible mess of this new forum software as a whole, so it's not worth worrying about.


I agree that Smileys should be exempted from code irrespective of global settings ...

.. re the nitpick: just tackle one nitpick at a time, eventually it may be suitable for you :smileyhappy:

 

If we aren't going to get our newsgroups back at least attempt to make this forum professional.

 

yeah, I know ,, that sounds like something from a fortune cookie  !

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class keyThumper<T> : Lazy<T>;      another  Swamper

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Re: test

06-09-2010 10:50 PM in reply to: KerryBrown

 

and in answer to a question this morning :

I DO know the code in my sig' is incorrect, but I can't use the correct characters in the signature box :smileysad:

the sig' should read

class keyThumper <T>

 

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class keyThumper<T> : Lazy<T>;      another  Swamper

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Re: test

06-10-2010 03:06 PM in reply to: wrighte

testing

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Re: test

06-10-2010 03:07 PM in reply to: matt.smith

testing again with more copy

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