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EmojiOne Smilies 2016-09-23

Xenforo EmojiOne Smilies

  1. idFox

    idFox Well-Known Member

    idFox submitted a new resource:

    EmojiOne Smilies - Xenforo EmojiOne Smilies

    Read more about this resource...
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  2. SneakyDave

    SneakyDave Well-Known Member

    Are these images subject to any copyrights or licenses?
  3. Sheldon

    Sheldon Well-Known Member

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  4. idFox

    idFox Well-Known Member

    Update resource info.
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  5. evo

    evo Member

    I don't appear to have any way to import from xml files in my smilies area...
  6. SneakyDave

    SneakyDave Well-Known Member

    From your Smilies administration page, do you see this Import button?

    If not, are you using an older XenForo version?

    Clicking that, you should have an option to import an XML file:
  7. KeVo

    KeVo Active Member

    Just wondering if there's anything that can be done with the emojis being huge in the editor?

  8. evo

    evo Member

    I'm on 1.5.7
    I've just extended my license, we'll see if updating to 1.5.9 helps.
  9. RobinHood

    RobinHood Well-Known Member

    @KeVo, you need to specify sprite dimensions at the bottom of each smiley.

    Approx 21 x 21px works well
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  10. evo

    evo Member

    Upgraded to 1.5.9, still no xml option. Here's what I see.

  11. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    That's from an add-on - that's not the XF import page.
  12. evo

    evo Member

    Thank you! I had a super old addon installed from early on when importing wasn't available.
  13. evo

    evo Member

    Or add
    img[src$='.emoji.svg'] {
        width: 28px;
        height: auto;
    to editor_contents.css
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  14. idFox

    idFox Well-Known Member

    Sorry guys, I forgot to add one more step in the installation.
    @evo has rightly said:

    editor_contents.css, add:

    img[src$='.emoji.svg'] {
      width: 28px;
      height: auto;
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  15. Freelancer

    Freelancer Well-Known Member

    @idFox what are the parameters/specifics for the creation of a SVG file to be used with the import? I wanted to extend the list of smilies by creating my own with Illustrator and save them as SVG but they are displayed as very large in the ACP.
  16. OperaManiac

    OperaManiac Well-Known Member

    When I try to import the XML files, I am getting this error:

  17. idFox

    idFox Well-Known Member

    I can not recommend. For others it works. Which file produces an error?

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