Squares and dots...

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TheMole
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Squares and dots...

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Okay, I know I'm tired and stuff but I'm sure topics that I've posted in have just changed from dots to squares. Only some are still dots.


Am I seeing things, missing something amazingly simple or does square signify something else?!
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Re: Squares and dots...

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I only see squares.

I just noticed the emoticons changed. 8)
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Re: Squares and dots...

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Well, now I'm seeing both and the emoticons changed back. :!:
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Re: Squares and dots...

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The square seems to indicate which topic you have posted in and the circle means that the topic has been moved.
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Re: Squares and dots...

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i *think* it's mean to be a square just not all of the images have been updated.
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Re: Squares and dots...

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Ahhh, yes... the dots only seem to be on "popular" posts (i.e. when the page is flashing)
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Re: Squares and dots...

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Perhaps it's just me, but I think the images looked better with the dots and not the squares (because two naturally round objects overlapping looks better than one round object and one boxy object). What do ya'll think?
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Re: Squares and dots...

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Personally, i prefer the d.o.t. :D
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Re: Squares and dots...

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There is no dot.
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Re: Squares and dots...

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you must think...

there is no dot.

so, i will say it again, i prefer the circle better. :)
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