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#916481 by Maximus
28 Jan 2016, 12:28
I have noticed that I can no longer see smilies in any forum posts, although the "Smilies are ON" message is visible.

I can see them when using the forum on my iPhone. Is this just me or is it a general glitch affecting all users? I use Firefox.

:-(

Edit: it must be a Firefox issue as I can see them using Chrome <perplexed>
#916482 by Bretty
28 Jan 2016, 12:39
:-O :-O 8-) :-P
We both must have too little to occupy us if we're logged in at this time of day lol!
Yeah I can see them, but don't tell everyone. Only special people can see them... ;-) ;-)
#916483 by Maximus
28 Jan 2016, 12:48
Well my excuse is this is my day off. In fact I am still in bed and it is 11.45am (shocker).

Don't tell the Daily Heil or tomorrows headlines will be "Lazy, overpaid GPs lounge around in bed all day whilst patients wait 3 months for appointments!"

And still no smilies to boot :)
#916484 by pjh
28 Jan 2016, 12:50
Bretty wrote:Yeah I can see them, but don't tell everyone. Only special people can see them... ;-) ;-)


I'm far from special ( ;-( ) and can see them....
#916485 by Bretty
28 Jan 2016, 12:53
Well good for you. I'm still in my jimjams, but then I don't go out to work unless I have clients to go see. I can still see the smilies :)
#916486 by dickydotcom
28 Jan 2016, 12:54
In bed!! :)
I overslept this morning and didn't get up till the heating came on at 5.30 :-(
Then I had to scape ice of the car windscreen :-O
But still got to the gym just after 6 :-D

I can see smilies.
Dick D
#916491 by Maximus
28 Jan 2016, 13:31
Well the good news is I can now see the Smilies after having reset Firefox to the factory default settings and then reloading all my extensions which were removed in the reset. Grrrrrrr.

The bad news is I shall now have to get up as the chickens need letting out of their run into the garden for a bit of freeranging.

Dicky, you are a fine example to us all :D I am usually up at 5.30 am myself and at work by 7am most days, so I do not begrudge my "lazy Thursdays". But the gym is taking things too far!

:-D :D :-) ;-) :) :cool: 8-) :-P :blush: :-O :mrgreen: :-( ;-( >-(

There they all are. Wecome back my friends.
#916498 by tontybear
28 Jan 2016, 19:07
Maximus wrote:Well my excuse is this is my day off. In fact I am still in bed and it is 11.45am (shocker).

Don't tell the Daily Heil or tomorrows headlines will be "Lazy, overpaid GPs lounge around in bed all day whilst patients wait 3 months for appointments!"

And still no smilies to boot :)


Never mind the Daily Mail if I were your practice manager you wouldn't be having a day off in the first place.


Blooming lazy GPs making my job harder ... ;-) ;-) ;-)
#916501 by Maximus
28 Jan 2016, 20:26
But the great thing is we employ the the Practice Manager, so they don't have a say.

Mwwwhahahahaha

What is your job pray tell?
#916502 by tontybear
28 Jan 2016, 20:51
Maximus wrote:But the great thing is we employ the the Practice Manager, so they don't have a say.

Mwwwhahahahaha

What is your job pray tell?



I'm a Practice Manager. :cool: :cool: :cool:
#916503 by Maximus
28 Jan 2016, 21:06
tontybear wrote:I'm a Practice Manager. :cool: :cool: :cool:


Eeeeeeeek! There's no escape ;-)
#916505 by tontybear
28 Jan 2016, 21:33
Maximus wrote:
tontybear wrote:I'm a Practice Manager. :cool: :cool: :cool:


Eeeeeeeek! There's no escape ;-)



Mwwwhahahahaha
#916511 by Bretty
29 Jan 2016, 02:58
Ok it's beginning to sound like a Hammer Horror, mwahahahahaaaaa...
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