on 14-06-2018 19:20
Will you let me know how I can pinch it please?
Right click 'save as' and it opens up picture file in your PC's photo gallery. Give it a name and save there.(I know you are using pc hence advising you via that route)
Thank you @Cleoriff
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15-06-2018 02:51 - edited 15-06-2018 03:12
The written word is often misconstrued, so an appropriate emoji can be useful sometimes, and at least it lightens the mood
Is it just me, or are there perhaps too many in the drop-down menu though? Over time we seem to have added newer emojis, some of which appear to be duplicating effort. For example,
Perhaps it might be worth tidying up that section, just to remove any that might be considered surplus to requirement. The animated ones are worth keeping I think, but having a variety of different formats, leaves it looking rather congested
I have to agree, there are so many now and too many duplicated or similar emojis, some/many that have never been used when people post. Using the dropdown box you have to scroll through rows of them and on mobile it's difficult and so therefore easier to use the phone system emojis. I grow bored but it's better to use any emoji sometimes to get over the tone of a post. What could be construed as sarcastic or demeaning always reads better followed by a wink or a smile. I sometimes get bored with the community and phone emojis so then tend to look at other sites.
on 17-07-2018 11:16
With today being world emoji day, I wanted to thank everyone who shared their favourite emoji in this topic so far
Between all the different emojis available on the forum, plus the ones you can find online, or via your mobile keyboard, there's plenty of options to always keep conversations fun and lively so here's to emojis
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