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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by OttawaGuy, Mar 22, 2007.
Are there any mac or Apple smilies out there?
You have no idea how long I've been waiting to find a suitable use for that emoticon.
It didn't live up to my own hype. But, still.
At MacClan.net forums we have not only the Aqua Apple but also the exclusive Steve smiley!!!
My favourite smiley is this LOL smiley. . .
We don't have an LOL smiley here at MR, so I keep that one on my Photobucket account in case something is real funny.
I'm just trying to collect some mac/apple related smilies.
I found about 10 so far.
I may have to make some my self.
I like the animated ones best.
Is there an app I should use to do this?
PS I'm still hunting for mac themed smilies - post em if you can.
Here's a few of my favorites (and sorry for the animated gif spam)
And one for the lovely vniow:
some mac/apple related smilies
but we might need this one to match the red macrumors apple here.
I had some, can't find them. Whipped this one up quickly:
Does anyone care to make a (or some) mac smilies?
I started to yesterday, but ran out of steam around frame 4 of my animated gif.
Some time ago, Lau made some which I rather like as
they're very distinctive, charming and unique:
You can read some of the posts and comments here:
thanks Blue Velvet.
There are many talented artists around here, so I hope someone can make a few.
I've been doing the google thing for a day, there does not seem to be very many mac themed smilies anywhere.
Even at that, how do you insert them? Do you have to copy and paste? It seems like smilies were easier on the (ssshhh) PC... but that's the ONLY thing I liked better. WILL NEVER go back!!
You use so-called IMG tags.
You copy the image address and insert it into your post or eMail via IMG tags or some offer an "Insert Image" button above the text entry field.
This looks like this [IMG]http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y280/chix0r/stupid.gif[/IMG].
The "Insert Image" button on this and many other boards looks like this:
Or you use pre-defined smilies/emoticons like: