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A request about emicons

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As always I have been following the replies to posts here to learn from them, at times I cut/paste those answers for later use. I imagine that is why they are there then as open for others to see and store. The problem is when one has a complicated process and in the middle there are one or two emicons, which may look great on the post but when the victim himself, or the members looking on, try to copy that reply perhaps to take it to the problem computer in question, the emicon can spoil the clirity of it. I am not pointing fingers here, but please with complicated processes like cmd stuff and reedit codes please avoid the emicons until the end of the canned.

PS this is just my own opinion here.

Edited by fleamailman, 27 September 2006 - 04:40 AM.

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