Ability to remove auto-smileys when using punctuation

Ability to remove auto-smileys when using punctuation

13 posts
1 July 2011
RedChecker
Photographer
RedChecker
For example, if I type ' followed by  I get   - Irritating when I'm using a quoted word at the end of a bracketed segment of text.

An option to remove this type of auto-smiley insertion would be handy
Posted 1 July 2011
Edited by RedChecker 1 July 2011
gwentman
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gwentman
RedChecker

For example, if I type#00ff00"> #ff0000">' #000000">followed by  #ff0000">)  I get   - Irritating when I'm using a quoted word at the end of a bracketed segment of text.

An option to remove this type of auto-smiley insertion would be handy


I've always used " to enclose quotes but then I may be wrong.

ATB

Mike

Posted 1 July 2011
Lifescapes
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Lifescapes
Didn't know you could do this! Is there a guide to shortcuts? ')

Posted 1 July 2011
Ken_Smith
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Ken_Smith
Lifescapes

Didn't know you could do this! Is there a guide to shortcuts? ')


I think this only applies to personal messages, not the forums?

A guide would be handy though...
Posted 1 July 2011
Lifescapes
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Lifescapes
Ken_Smith

I think this only applies to personal messages, not the forums?

A guide would be handy though...


Now that is weird!  It didn't work in my post but did work when you quoted my post (I feel the need - )
Posted 1 July 2011
RedChecker
Photographer
RedChecker
Done with quick reply:

('test')

Posted 1 July 2011
RedChecker
Photographer
RedChecker
Done with normal reply:

('test')
Posted 1 July 2011
RedChecker
Photographer
RedChecker
RedChecker

Done with quick reply: ('test')


Quoted
Posted 1 July 2011
RedChecker
Photographer
RedChecker
So it seems to be whenever you go into the advanced text editor that this occurs.

Posted 1 July 2011
Ken_Smith
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Ken_Smith
Why does the smiley above only replace the closed bracket but leave the apostrophe behind?

Except when it is quoted (sometimes)...  


HERE GOES NOTHING:

Smiley Icon and their meaning

Icon

Meaning

Standard smile
With nose
:-E Buck-tooth or Vampire
>-) Evil grin
Sad or frown smile
Sad with nose
:-< Super sad
:P Sticking tongue out (raspberry)
(((H))) Hugs
:-X Kiss on the lips
` One eyebrow raised
:^) A broken nose
:-& tongue tied
E- a Ham radio operator
< Uni-brow
:-> Big grin happy
(-}{-) Couple kissing
:-Q Smoking
$_$ Greedy
@@ Rolling your eyes

Icon

Meaning

:-# With braces
:'-) Happy Crying
{ Toupee smile
Winking smile
Winking smile with nose
O I'm an angel (boy)
O*-) I'm an angel (girl)
|-O Yawn
(:-D Gossip, blabbermouth
@>--;-- Rose
@-}--- Rose
())>--- Rose
=^.^= Cat
O.o Confused
C= A chef
(\_/)
(o.o)
(___)0
A bunny
=-O "Uh-oh"
~( 8^(I) Homer Simpson
Posted 2 July 2011
Edited by Ken_Smith 1 July 2011
Ken_Smith
Photographer
Ken_Smith
Only the only ones that worked were

    =  :  +  )

    =  ;  +  )

   =  :  +  (
Posted 2 July 2011
Edited by Ken_Smith 1 July 2011
Two_stops
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Two_stops
That's the text editor that Matts decided to use , if I wasn't such a freak on getting things right once Ive started, I'de have been gone long ago with the way it integrates with IE9.
Its a total nightmare for me to reply to forum posts, seems matt doesn't mind as long as the majority are happy and not complaining.
The fact that I press return key twice, and then have to press the down key to move the curser where it should have ended up.

John
Posted 24 July 2011
Edited by Two_stops 23 July 2011
Ken_Smith
Photographer
Ken_Smith
I've noticed that the cursor disappears sometimes in Firefox 5, when writing forum posts or PMs. But if I view another tab and return it generally reappears...

Posted 24 July 2011
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