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    I am a member of another forum known as The Coli which uses smilies that are pictures.
    Examples include The Coli which does this.

    I think it'd be really cool and funny if something similar was implemented into TSR!

    So if you typed in :haha:
    An img would appear such as

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    Plugging another forum here on TSR will not bode well for you.
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    (Original post by Mockery)
    Plugging another forum here on TSR will not bode well for you.
    Sorry I removed it, aren't we allowed to use another forum as an example :/?

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    (Original post by ZRO)
    Sorry I removed it, aren't we allowed to use another forum as an example :/?

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    I've seen warning points for less :lol:
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    Is there any way at all to get TSR emoticons onto facebook?

    Theirs are so dry.
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    (Original post by purplerainn)
    Is there any way at all to get TSR emoticons onto facebook?

    Theirs are so dry.
    Haha no I don't think it's possible unless facebook implemented it

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    Aren't there enough smilies already?

    TSR smilies are generally about 16x16 pixels, or rarely much bigger. The sort of smiley you've shown probably doesn't really work at that size :no: eg.
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    (Original post by Potally_Tissed)
    Aren't there enough smilies already?

    TSR smilies are generally about 16x16 pixels, or rarely much bigger. The sort of smiley you've shown probably doesn't really work at that size :no: eg.
    Well, tbf, neither does ':facepalm2:'
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    (Original post by Potally_Tissed)
    Aren't there enough smilies already?

    TSR smilies are generally about 16x16 pixels, or rarely much bigger. The sort of smiley you've shown probably doesn't really work at that size :no: eg.
    Haha I know Could we not make new ones like that bit larger :ahee: Would be cool and posts would be more fun Or just limit it to the Chat section and L&S as that is where the most fun occurs :smug:
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    (Original post by PoGo HoPz)
    Well, tbf, neither does ':facepalm2:'
    True

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    Haha I know Could we not make new ones like that bit larger :ahee: Would be cool and posts would be more fun Or just limit it to the Chat section and L&S as that is where the most fun occurs :smug:
    :holmes: Don't think there's any way of having smilies you can only use in certain forums though.
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    (Original post by Potally_Tissed)
    True



    :holmes: Don't think there's any way of having smilies you can only use in certain forums though.
    Well i think the solution is to make it.... Widely available
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    (Original post by Mockery)
    Plugging another forum here on TSR will not bode well for you.
    We need a Thatcher figure to remove this socialist style censurship lool!
 
 
 
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