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  • (o_o) smiley doesn't show up on wiki - getstrip

    • Status: Open Priority: Trivial

    This is a getstrip issue.

    The same issue is present in the HTML5 chat.


    A solution may be changing the smiley name from (o_o) into (o-o).



    Thanks to @Page for pointing this out.

    Steps to reproduce bug: 1. Go to https://util.xat.com/wiki/index.php?title=fs
    2. (o_o) won't show up

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    Additional info: it seems to be cutting off the entirity of the _o, resulting in only the smiley (o) being loaded.  (If you open the smiley swf)

    I'm not sure if -o would also be cut off or not; I'm not sure what types of characters getstrip allows. 

    Would an actual name work? (i.e.. something like "wut", or something similar)

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    3 minutes ago, Laming said:

    It does not support underline because it is the separator

    Does " - " have any special indications that you know of?

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    13 hours ago, Angelo said:

    Does " - " have any special indications that you know of?

    Nope, it may work fine, just the underline is used there as separator,


    Including you can try using like rgb--- or rgb+++ both will work fine (colors).


    Fix: Smiley should be renamed for (o-o) instead of (o_o)



    Edited by Laming
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