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    Louise_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Old time emoticon list below with some notes

    You may see them sometimes even in Internet Explorer 6 when in a thread.. But IE6 isn't supported well anymore and is full of security risks . Nearly all major sites no longer actively create fixes for IE6 compatibility. (including Google and YouTube)

    You can create emoticons by typing out a colon : dash - and paren ) next to each other.

    Using the Old Word Codes:
    Note-if you make them this way-using them too early in the post means the word will show up on the main page in the snippet that shows there

    Type the following without the spaces between each symbol/word:


    : smile :

    : grin :

    : sillygrin :

    : eek :

    : lightsmile :

    : sheepish :

    : frown :

    : angry :

    : chagrin :

    : neutral :

    : wink :

    : confused :

    : sad :

    : crying :

    : asleep :

    : eyeroll :

    : cool :

    : coolfrown :

    : sealed :

    : pbpt :

    : ooh :

    : goofy :
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    An_202426 responded:
    Sorry just practicing

    :smile: :laughing: :crying: :wink:
     
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    rubystar2 replied to An_202426's response:
    ROFL. Three out of for ain't bad.
     
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    gabby1771 responded:
    Thanks smilegoofy
     
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    gabby1771 replied to gabby1771's response:
    Practicing
    goofy smile
     
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    rubystar2 replied to gabby1771's response:
    Gabby, like this. No spaces between colon and word

    : sillygrin :

    :sillygrin:
     
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    rubystar2 replied to rubystar2's response:
    You have to use the exact words Louise has listed there.
     
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    An_202427 replied to rubystar2's response:
    Don't you think laughing should be one of the emotions?

    Like your ROFL instead of spelling it out have a laughing face to get the point across? I think so :cool: wouldn't you think?


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