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Topic # 8302 19-Jun-2006 12:11
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If the initiator of a thread chooses a smiley, then each reply inherits the same smiley, often with unintended consequences.
If the person replying does not notice the smiley, or cant be bothered changing it, their reply could construed the wrong way.




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Reply # 38962 19-Jun-2006 12:14
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Tony you spend wayyy to much time on here

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Reply # 38965 19-Jun-2006 12:17
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What was that?




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Reply # 38967 19-Jun-2006 12:18
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That's the problem you think you are seeing. In the subject you imply a suggestion would be made. Where's it?








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Reply # 38969 19-Jun-2006 12:22
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The emotion feature is a great way to show how you are saying something I agree with that (not that anyones actually said that yet) but for now LETS ALL FLAME TONY! of course abiding by the forum rules etc

...Tony: wheres that suggestion?

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Reply # 38972 19-Jun-2006 12:47
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Awwww is everybody picking on Tony?
Although i do agree with his comment. May i humbly suggest that when replying to a post that there be no default smiley?



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Reply # 38993 19-Jun-2006 14:44
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I HAVE A SUGGESTION:

When replying to a post, the smiley for the reply should be set to no smiley.





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  Reply # 38999 19-Jun-2006 15:09
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Hmm it works. Nice job



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Reply # 39000 19-Jun-2006 15:19
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Fantabulous!

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  Reply # 39741 26-Jun-2006 21:41
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Can some one Create an Ihug Forum

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  Reply # 39744 26-Jun-2006 22:06
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Ihug is the best ISP around Today

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  Reply # 39745 26-Jun-2006 22:06
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reignofgold: Can some one Create an Ihug Forum


You should start a new thread in the Geekzone forum section about this

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  Reply # 39746 26-Jun-2006 22:08
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I will Do that Cool



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  Reply # 39771 27-Jun-2006 08:52
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locking thread that has served its purpose...




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