Do you also miss some smilies?


Senior Member
I miss the sadness and crying smilies. Or similar negatives smiles. Do you plan to add more smilies? My emotions are a little bit broader I can choose here.
  • mkellogg

    English - US

    If you type : and then the emotion you are looking for, you can find some more. For the one above I typed :cry and found it. You probably need to type in the language of your interface. Nope. You need to know your emotions in English.


    Senior Member
    Wordreference isn't particularly smile-rich in general. Maybe the creators like it better that way, I don't know. On a Russian-speaking linguistic forum we have a lot of graphic smiles, and yet I'm still missing a couple. Here the existing ones would need to be restyled as the first step, although in the end I'm mostly fine with what we actually have.


    Senior Member
    British English (Sussex)
    I miss the standard WRF smilies not appearing where I want them to appear.They're turn up all over the place. Is anyone else having this trouble, I wonder? I've only noticed it quite recently so I don't think it's due to my own carelessness.


    Senior Member
    British English (Sussex)
    I often use smileys to make sure my words are taken in the spirit in which I intend them to be taken, but I'm getting really fed up with them appearing at the beginning of the paragraph I've just written instead of at the end. Why ever would someone need the lol or the roll-eyes to appear at the beginning of what one wants to say? Please, Mike, why can't they appear at the spot where the blinking cursor is?

    This problem seems to occur for me only on the English Only forum. :confused: (See, on C&S it's perfectly fine :cool:)


    Allegra Moderata (Sp/Eng, Cat)
    English (U.K.)
    This occasionally happens to me too in Sp/Eng. But not always, and I haven't discovered any pattern to the behaviour of the smilies.