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Hello, I am new to ocPortal, and also pretty much a beginner with all this, so asking for patience and maybe a little more detail on "how to," if that is possible. :$
I added additional emoticons, but when I view them via the "View All Emoticons" screen, they are sometimes very crowded together, sometimes overlapping eachother, etc. (will attach screenshot)
Is there a way to get into that popup block and change that so they are spread out more?
Thank you so much for any help!




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I think some of those emoticons would be useful for describing this situation :lol:.

This is kind of a bug – it's assuming a smaller width than you have for those, and those emoticons are not unreasonable.

I'll try and take a look tomorrow :).


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Chris Graham said

I think some of those emoticons would be useful for describing this situation :lol:.

Yes…the one where he's banging his head against the wall is how I feel  :lol:

Thank you, Chris, will check back in then!

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555deb said

Hello, I am new to ocPortal, and also pretty much a beginner with all this, so asking for patience and maybe a little more detail on "how to," if that is possible. :$
I added additional emoticons, but when I view them via the "View All Emoticons" screen, they are sometimes very crowded together, sometimes overlapping eachother, etc. (will attach screenshot)
Is there a way to get into that popup block and change that so they are spread out more?
Thank you so much for any help!




This issue has been filed on the tracker as issue #837, with a fix.


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Thank you so much, Chris.  OK, as a newbie, I just want to be clear on how to proceed.  I downloaded and extracted the tar file that you included on the fix page.  Now, do I replace all of the files included in that tar (under "sources" and "themes")?  Thanks for your patience.  :)
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yep


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Yay! It works!!  Thank you (...and here would be the little "woo-hoo" emoticon running back and forth...)

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