Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Development/Emoticons


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Feb 26, 2006 10:42:20 AM (12 years ago)
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    66Colloquy 2 also introduced add-in emoticon bundles to complement Styles for a complete visual experience. Like styles, emotions get parsed so they can be formated with a simple CSS file. Emoticons don't have to be processed into an image rendering, they can simply be colored or prettified with any method CSS can thow at them. 
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    8 The anatomy of a complex emoticon bundle is as follows, with optional elements italicized. 
     8The anatomy of a complex emoticon bundle is as follows, with optional elements italicized: 
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    10  * Sample.colloquyEmoticons 
    11    * Contents 
    12      * Info.plist 
    13      * Resources 
    14        * emoticons.css 
    15        * emoticons.plist 
    16        * menu.plist 
    17        * cool.png 
    18        * razz.png 
    19        * sad.png 
    20        * smile.png 
    21        * English.lproj 
    22          * !InfoPlist.strings 
    23          * Menu.strings 
    24        * French.lproj 
    25          * !InfoPlist.strings 
    26          * Menu.strings 
     10[[Image(emoticonbundle.png, nolink)]] 
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    2812For examples of various emoticon bundles, look inside Colloquy's application bundle in the "Contents/Resources/Emoticons" folder. If you find the built-in list of known emoticon text representations is too limited, you can override this list by including an "emoticons.plist" file. For the format of this file look inside Colloquy's application bundle at the "Contents/Resources/emoticons.plist" file. Emoticon bundles also have control of what emoticons show up in the emoticon toolbar menu. This information is read from the "menu.plist" file.