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hopper20
post May 23 2017, 08:50 AM
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Hi there

Is it possible to copy/save the animated gifs in the emoticons option? I'd like to use them elsewhere. Also, is it acceptable/legal to do that, or highly frowned upon? I love those emoticons and would like to use them in a different program, but if they are specific to UtterAccess, I completely understand. (that issue of copyright or ownership tends to be fairly big deal). If it's not possible, then no big deal. Just wondered...

thanks,

Kim

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doctor9
post May 23 2017, 02:09 PM
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Kim,

I'm afraid not. Some of those emoticons came with the software that this forum is based on, and some were created in-house by one of the administrators. But I'm sure, even without checking, that if you Google for animated emoticons, you will find many free to use examples.

Dennis
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hopper20
post May 23 2017, 02:32 PM
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Thanks Dennis

I thought I would try. No worries, though. I had looked at a couple sites online for animated gifs, and some of them seem over the top. I like the simplicity of these emoticons.

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