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S Venkatesh
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Move your mouse over the smilies while you have your mouse button pressed. Some convey totally different meaning

:roll:

 
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Originally posted by Sunil Kumar Gupta:


 
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Originally posted by Venkatesh Sai:




For taking my two minutes
 
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Originally posted by Venkatesh Sai:
Move your mouse over the smilies while you have your mouse button pressed.


No idea what you're on about.
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:


No idea what you're on about.



hi-light some of the smilies, like you were going to cut-n-paste them. due to the shading of the color and where the pixels fall (that's my guess), some of them seem to look different. the normal smile
looks a little like it's frowning.

at least, that's what i see on WinXP and Mozilla
 
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They look the same to me
 
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Originally posted by fred rosenberger:



hi-light some of the smilies, like you were going to cut-n-paste them. due to the shading of the color and where the pixels fall (that's my guess), some of them seem to look different. the normal smile
looks a little like it's frowning.

at least, that's what i see on WinXP and Mozilla


you got it
 
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Here's a nickel, get a real computer, guys.

(Brought to you by Mac OS X).
 
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i am wondering y is that happening? y sld a smiley that is smiling become sad when i drag the mouse over it
 
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Following must be very funny, I can;t see on my desk as firewall doesn't allow me. :roll:

Ctrl A : Funny Pictures That Change When You "Select All"
 
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I don't get the shading effect, but in Firefox you have the ability to drag-and-drop images. Since you can't drop them back on the web page, the cursor turns into the "No" symbol. (Circle with a slash.) So the happy face, becomes happiness forbidden.
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:
Here's a nickel, get a real computer, guys.

(Brought to you by Mac OS X).


I'll have you know that for my 5yr anniversary, I bought my wife a Mac Mini, which does indeed run OS X.

and it cost a little bit more than a nickel.
 
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Originally posted by fred rosenberger:
... I'll have you know that for my 5yr anniversary, I bought my wife a Mac Mini, which does indeed run OS X.

and it cost a little bit more than a nickel.

A little. But now you have a real computer.
 
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