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This page is used to control what smileys are supported by the wiki. Just write the text of a smiley to display it.

  • :) smile.png
  • :-) smile.png
  • :D biggrin.png
  • :-D biggrin.png
  • B) smile2.png
  • B-) smile2.png
  • :)) smile3.png
  • :-)) smile3.png
  • ;) smile4.png
  • ;-) smile4.png
  • :\ ohwell.png
  • :-\ ohwell.png
  • :/ ohwell.png
  • :-/ ohwell.png
  • :| neutral.png
  • :-| neutral.png
  • >:> devil.png
  • X-( angry.png
  • <:( frown.png
  • :( sad.png
  • :-( sad.png
  • :-? tongue.png
  • :-P tongue.png
  • :o redface.png
  • |) tired.png
  • |-) tired.png
  • {OK} thumbs-up.png
  • {X} icon-error.png
  • {i} icon-info.png
  • (./) checkmark.png
  • (!) idea.png
  • [!] attention.png
  • /!\ alert.png
  • (?) question.png
  • {x} star on.png
  • {*} star on.png
  • {o} star off.png
  • {1} prio1.png
  • {2} prio2.png
  • {3} prio3.png

For example: {x} B) {x}


To change the supported smileys, just edit the lists on this page. Note that the format is important; each list item should start with the text that is turned into the smiley, escaped so that users can see what produces it, followed by a WikiLink to the image to display.

/!\ Bear in mind that the link to the image needs to be written in a way that will work if it's copied to other pages on the wiki. So be sure to include the smileys directory in the path to the file.