- When you paste a Rich Text Format (RTF) text message, an emoticon is applied. For example, if you paste mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org, the ":s" string in the text becomes an emoticon.
- When you paste a Rich Text Format (RTF) text message, existing input text becomes emoticons. For example, the following content is displayed:
:) :) :) <Pasted text>
- When you paste a plain-text message at the beginning or the middle of a typed text message, emoticons are generated in the conversation. For example, the following content is displayed:
:)<Pasted plain text>:)
- Emoticons are generated out of a partly pasted and partly typed text message.
- When you type a text message after the pasted text message, the typed text message loses color and formatting.
- When you copy a file into the conversation, an emoticon tag is generated in the file path.
Article ID: 2996287 - Last Review: 14 Oct 2014 - Revision: 1