Lack of interest Smilie Replacement Text Case Insensitive...

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#2
It needs to be case sensitive, otherwise if you do LOL/lol which is replaced by a :D for example, then if you type any word with "lol" in it, such as lollipop, then it ends up as :Dlipop.

This propblem won't occur if the smilie replacement text is LOL only.
 

Jaxel

Well-known member
#4
It needs to be case sensitive, otherwise if you do LOL/lol which is replaced by a :D for example, then if you type any word with "lol" in it, such as lollipop, then it ends up as :Dlipop.

This propblem won't occur if the smilie replacement text is LOL only.
Thats why you would put your replacement code as :lol:
 
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