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Re: Smilies

Postby Mayfly » Tue Jun 23, 2009 1:40 pm

don't worry on my account Wedgy - it's frustrating I can't use them but not to the extent of putting you to any trouble
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Re: Smilies

Postby Gully » Thu Jun 25, 2009 12:50 pm

I downloaded IE8 the other day and tried using it for Iconic, but with no success on the Smily front [-( . Okay, the cut and paste code bit works (which I've just done), but back to using Safari it is...

At least with IE8 it's cured the IE7 issue of opening a new window from a link and also replacing Iconic with the new website meaning I had to use the back button to return to IA!

Thanks for looking into it, Wedgy. Might be fixed by IE10!!

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Re: Smilies

Postby IanM » Thu Jun 25, 2009 12:52 pm

Gully wrote:I downloaded IE8 the other day and tried using it for Iconic, but with no success on the Smily front [-( . Okay, the cut and paste code bit works (which I've just done), but back to using Safari it is...

At least with IE8 it's cured the IE7 issue of opening a new window from a link and also replacing Iconic with the new website meaning I had to use the back button to return to IA!

Thanks for looking into it, Wedgy. Might be fixed by IE10!!

Gully


Opening a new window from a link is just an option in IE7. All you needed to do is tick another box saying open links in new tab or something.
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Re: Smilies

Postby Wedgy » Thu Jun 25, 2009 6:40 pm

Mayfly wrote:don't worry on my account Wedgy - it's frustrating I can't use them but not to the extent of putting you to any trouble


In the scheme of 'work' its a quick job ... happy to do it if people tell me their favs/least favs ;)
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Re: Smilies

Postby Mackrick » Thu Jun 25, 2009 7:00 pm

Wedgy and trouble in the same sentence the only thing missing was SM :ymdevil:
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Re: Smilies

Postby Mayfly » Thu Jun 25, 2009 7:07 pm

then my request is.......

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Re: Smilies

Postby Gully » Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:10 am

IanM wrote:
Gully wrote:I downloaded IE8 the other day and tried using it for Iconic, but with no success on the Smily front [-( . Okay, the cut and paste code bit works (which I've just done), but back to using Safari it is...

At least with IE8 it's cured the IE7 issue of opening a new window from a link and also replacing Iconic with the new website meaning I had to use the back button to return to IA!

Thanks for looking into it, Wedgy. Might be fixed by IE10!!

Gully


Opening a new window from a link is just an option in IE7. All you needed to do is tick another box saying open links in new tab or something.


Option was selected and it worked with every site except IA... :( Thanks, though, Ian.

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