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  1. #1
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    Adding New Emoticon

    Hello,

    So I wanted to add more emoticons following the theme of the default colored 2014 pack. I extracted the laugh.png image and modified it. I renamed the copy of laugh.png into evilgrin.png . The people I talk with use the following emoticon often:
    Code:
    >:D
    After making the new png giving it a name and assigning it a value of the code box above for conversion in chat. I tested it out. The result being >(laugh.png). It won't form the new emoticon. Then I thought maybe it passes the text into the first matching value being
    Code:
    :D
    Naturally my thought was to place the evilgrin higher on the list to be checked. It still didn't work. So i removed the lines for laugh.png entirely. Still no success it just won't match. I then gave a secondary value to it of "XD" just to test and it works fine. My last thought is that the greater than(>) less than(<) don't work for emoticons. To test again I made an emoticon with line of evilgrin.png = "><>" being an ASCII fish. It didn't work either.

    Code:
    evilgrin.png = ">:D"
    evilgrin.png = "XD"
    evilgrin.png = "><>"
    This is the current emoticons.txt file. Only the XD works. I guess my question is to an experienced member or support, is the > or < icon recognized by Teamspeak for emoticons?

    Thanks for your time,
    Hockey
    Last edited by Hockey; September 18th, 2015 at 05:21 AM.

  2. #2
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    >, < and ' will not work for emoticons.
    This is a known behavior and will not be fixed from us.
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    >, < and ' will not work for emoticons.
    This is a known behavior and will not be fixed from us.
    You should totaly add this as a comment to the emoticons.txt

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    Did you try using entities?
    &apos;&gt;&lt;&#60;&#62;&#47;

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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    >, < and ' will not work for emoticons.
    This is a known behavior and will not be fixed from us.
    That's unfortunate, anyways thanks for the quick reply!

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