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Our owners claim to be unable to reintegrate the classic vBulletin smilies, and suggested I upload them to the gallery. They are visible here: TCCoA vBulletin Smilies

To integrate them into your post, you will need to locate the smiley, then right click and copy the image URL. Then in your post, you can use the image tool and insert it by URL.


The motion .GIF files work the same way, although the animation may not trigger until you preview or post.


Not ideal, but... it gives us the option now.
 

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For sake of ease, here are all the smilies, integrated into the next few posts (can only include up to 20 at a time), so you can see the animations and all the icons at a glance since the gallery only shows a handful at a time and does not animate them.
 

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Thanks, B!
 

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I wonder if other forums now owned by this company using the XenForo platform are having the same issues with smilies?
 

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To integrate them into your post, you will need to locate the smiley, then right click and copy the image URL. Then in your post, you can use the image tool and insert it by URL.
Looks like using the [IMG*] [/*IMG]tags work as well.
 

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What a cluster **** of an "Upgrade", lol.

They're trying their best to drive us to FB; removing all the content in another upgrade is next.

They've already lost all the important ****; they didn't expect us to have copies saved.

When we finally get pissed and make a new site, they'll bust us for copyright infringement, even if they lost all the **** they bought.

Corporatism is Fascism; read about El Duce in Italy.
 
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