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04/30/2015 07:58:41 AM (6 years ago)
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  • Ticket #32193, comment 6

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    7 @joostdevalk to my understanding of what dMpmJ said in his message, its you who came up with this "wonderful" emoticon update? No disrespect to you and your work but you can't possibly think that everyone needs this. Whats the purpose of this to begin with?? What good does it to to enforce a fixed resolution of 12x12 ?????? Instead of allowing them to have free custom resolutions. If the emoticon files are 12x12 then they will be shown as such and if they are 100x30 then let them display as such. Its as simple as that! This is only a limitation which has no use whatsoever and you want people like me to accept it just because you think its useful.
     7@joostdevalk to my understanding of what dMpmJ said in his message, its you who came up with this "wonderful" emoticon update? No disrespect to you and your work but you can't possibly think that everyone needs this. Whats the purpose of this to begin with?? What good does it do to enforce a fixed resolution of 12x12, instead of allowing them to have free custom resolutions??? If the emoticon files are 12x12 then they will be shown as such and if they are 100x30 then let them display as such. Its as simple as that! This is only a limitation which has no use whatsoever and you want people like me to accept it just because you think its useful.
    88Anyway its not my decision and WP is not a democracy where I can decide if this is good or not. It will probably remain as is, so instead of arguing about it and its usefulness, at least please show me a way to deactivate or delete this "wonderful" javascript that keeps forcing my custom resolution emoticons to show up as 12x12.
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