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'Smilies' are small graphical images that can be used to convey an emotion or feeling. If you have used email or internet chat, you are likely familiar with the smilie concept. Certain standard strings are automatically converted into smilies. Try twisting your head on one side if you do not 'get' smilies; using a bit of imagination should reveal a face of some description.

If you want to disable smilies in a post that you make, you can select the 'Disable Smilies' option when posting. This is particularly useful if you are posting program code and you do not want ;) converted to a smilie face!

Generic Smilies
What to Type Resulting Graphic Meaning
:thumbdown: Thumbdown Thumbdown
:drool: Drool Drool
:thumbup: Thumbup Thumbup
:D Big Grin Big Grin
:thumbup1: Thumbup1 Thumbup1
:o Blush Blush
:) Smile Smile
:laugh: Laugh Laugh
:( Sad Sad
:lol: Lol Lol
:confused: Confused Confused
:angry: Angry Angry
:mad: Mad Mad
:sleep: Sleep Sleep
:p Stick Out Tongue Stick Out Tongue
:o-ing Blushing Blushing
;) Wink Wink
:tt1: Tt1 Tt1
:glare: Glare Glare
:tt2: Tt2 Tt2
:huh: Huh Huh
:tongue_smilie: Tongue Smilie Tongue Smilie
:unsure: Unsure Unsure
:wub: Wub Wub
:mellow: Mellow Mellow
:blink: Blink Blink
:ohmy: Ohmy Ohmy
:bored: Bored Bored
:scared: Scared Scared
:rolleyes: Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
:closedeyes: Closedeyes Closedeyes
:crying: Crying Crying
:cool: Cool Cool
:sneaky2: Sneaky2 Sneaky2
:cursing: Cursing Cursing
:w00t: w00t! w00t!
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