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Let's relax on the emoticons

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#1 by valerie » Sat May 26, 2012 16:43

I've been guilty too of posting too many emoticons in a post.
Remember, the rules state 'no excessive emoticons'.

So I'm thinking, 1 to 3 emoticons in a post, is plenty.

Emoticons are images and images do consume resources.
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#2 by Piddles » Mon May 28, 2012 00:49

Does this include from one's own photobucket or image shack?
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#3 by valerie » Mon May 28, 2012 00:58

This is an emoticon: :)
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#4 by oberder » Mon May 28, 2012 01:07

Time to try out, and use text-based emoticons instead ( like ^U^ or =D )
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#5 by Piddles » Mon May 28, 2012 02:12

valerie wrote: This is an emoticon: :)

Thanks Val, I knew what a emoticon was/is I was just wondering what about other images , I should have worded my question diff..LOL
I should not post when I am tired (giggle)

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#6 by valerie » Mon May 28, 2012 08:03

It's not all that big of a deal except that some posts have a crazy amount of emoticons and I have
been editing those out.

The only thing about using an emoticon from some where else, you just would want to make sure
it was yours. In other words if you link it from someone else's site, that could be bad because they
can change the link to anything else. So as long as you have control over it, that would be ok.
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#7 by rlutia66 » Mon May 28, 2012 09:35

Oups! Didn't knew about this rule... I posted once about 100 on a topic about celebrating Clixsense :lol: I hope that doesn't count ...
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#8 by Piddles » Mon May 28, 2012 12:51

TY, I will leave most of the on site ones alone to just help out..LOL. even though I generally don't put much in my post anyways..
and Yep all my images are 98% mine.. I found out years ago that images that are not mine or in my acct can end up being something else, deleted and or suspended...

TY Val for taking care of our forum
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