Change your Skype Mood Message using rich formatting

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Change your mood

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Feedback? If you experience any problems with this Skype Rich Mood Editor or would like to give any comments, please leave me a note in this posting.


Use the Skype emoticons Smiley: <SS type="smile">:-)</SS> Use the Skype emoticons (with different display if the mood-message is minimized in the contact-list) Smiley: <SS type="smile">I'm smiling</SS> Show a flag I'm in <flag country="at">(flag:at)</flag> Show a flag (with different display if the mood-message is minimized in the contact-list) I'm in <flag country="at">Austria</flag> Different font color <FONT COLOR="#FF0010">Red text</FONT> Different font size <FONT SIZE=6>Tiny text</FONT> Blinking text <BLINK>Blinking text</BLINK> Bold text <B>Bold text</B> Italic text <I>Italics</I> Underlined text <U>Underlined</U> Multiline message First line<br/>Second line<br/>Third line Use hyperlinks This is a <a href="">Link to BPI inside</a>

Further info

The rich formatting statement <SS type="smile"></SS> also accepts following smileys smile, sad, laugh, cool, surprised, wink, cry, sweat, speechless, kiss, tongueout, blush, wonder, sleepy, snooze, dull, inlove, talk, yawn, puke, doh, angry, wasntme, party, worry, mmm, nerdy, lipssealed, hi, call, devil, angel, envy, wait, hug, makeup, giggle, clap, think, bow, rofl, whew, happy, smirk, nod, shake, punch, emo, no, yes, handshake, skype, heart, brokenheart, mail, flower, rain, sun, time, music, movie, phone, coffee, pizza, cash, muscle, beer, drink, dance, ninja, star, mooning, finger, bandit, smoke, toivo, rock, headbang, poolparty, swear, bug, fubar, tmi, heidy, myspace
The rich formatting statement <flag country="at"></flag> supports following flag countries. For a list of those shortcuts complete with the full country names have a look to this article on ad, ae, af, ag, ai, al, am, an, ao, aq, ar, as, at, au, aw, az, ba, bb, bd, be, bf, bg, bh, bi, bj, bm, bn, bo, br, bs, bt, bv, bw, by, bz, ca, cc, cd, cf, cg, ch, ci, ck, cl, cm, cn, co, cr, cs, cu, cv, cx, cy, cz, de, dj, dk, dm, do, dz, ec, ee, eg, eh, er, es, et, fi, fj, fk, fm, fo, fr, ga, gb, gd, ge, gf, gh, gi, gl, gm, gn, gp, gq, gr, gs, gt, gu, gw, gy, hk, hm, hn, hr, ht, hu, id, ie, il, in, io, iq, ir, is, it, jo, jp, ke, kg, kh, ki, km, kn, kp, kr, kw, ky, kz, la, lb, lc, li, lk, lr, ls, lt, lu, lv, ly, ma, mc, md, mg, mh, mk, ml, mm, mn, mo, mp, mq, mr, ms, mt, mu, mv, mw, mx, my, mz, na, nc, ne, nf, ng, ni, nl, no, np, nr, nu, nz, om, pa, pe, pf, pg, ph, pk, pl, pm, pn, pr, ps, pt, pw, py, qa, re, ro, ru, rw, sa, sb, sc, sd, se, sg, sh, si, sj, sk, sl, sm, sn, so, sr, st, sv, sy, sz, tc, td, tf, tg, th, tj, tk, tl, tm, tn, to, tr, tt, tv, tw, tz, ua, ug, um, us, uy, uz, va, vc, ve, vg, vi, vn, vu, wf, ws, ye, yt, za, zm, zw