"Problem" with Icons

"Problem" with Icons

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    "Problem" with Icons

    I still can't access the big selection of icons when I want to use a smiley face, etc. I almost never have the large assortment pop-up for me to choose from, and I don't see any way to get it to open for me. Once in a geat while, it will appear; but not enough. Can someone help? Thanks.( NOW, of course, The whole thing is displaying on the right side. How aggravating!
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    I'm assuming that you mean beyond the drop-down short list at the top of the 'Quick Reply' window.

    When you click on "Go Advanced" on the lower right of your reply window, a few more icons are presented on the right. I noticed in the last few months that the "(More)" link is hidden behind the bottom two rows of those icons - I usually can selectively click on part of that link by clicking around the icons.

    BTW, I use IE8 (at home) in compatibility mode, so that the forum list is confined to the window borders - another problem that had crept up. The link shows up fine in FireFox 11 at work.
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    After you have 725 Posts, you're supposed to have them all memorized, so the Pop-Up goes away.

    See the "More" noted above. Have fun!
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