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Old 06-08-2011
alt print screen problems

Can anyone explain why I am having a alt print screen? I am used to alt print screen taking a picture of the top window in focus. Do I need to make a shortcut or something?

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bbcode_add_smiley - Adds a smiley to the parser

bool bbcode_add_smiley (resource $bbcode_container, string $smiley, string $replace_by) DESCRIPTION
Adds a smiley to the parser PARAMETERS
o $bbcode_container - BBCode_Container resource, returned by bbcode_create(3). o $smiley - The string that will be replaced when found. o $replace_by - The string that replace smiley when found. RETURN VALUES
Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure. EXAMPLES
Example #1 bbcode_add_smiley(3) usage example <?php /* * Prepare the rule set */ $arrayBBCode=array( ''=> array('type'=>BBCODE_TYPE_ROOT, 'childs'=>'!i'), 'b'=> array('type'=>BBCODE_TYPE_NOARG, 'open_tag'=>'<b>', 'close_tag'=>'</b>'), 'u'=> array('type'=>BBCODE_TYPE_NOARG, 'open_tag'=>'<u>', 'close_tag'=>'</u>', 'flags'=>BBCODE_FLAGS_SMILEYS_OFF), 'i'=> array('type'=>BBCODE_TYPE_NOARG, 'open_tag'=>'<i>', 'close_tag'=>'</i>', 'childs'=>'b'), ); /* * Parsed Text */ $text=<<<EOF [i] No parse Test [/i] :) [b] Parsed, with smiley :( [/b] [u] Parsed, with no smiley :D [/u] EOF; /* * Init the parser */ $BBHandler=bbcode_create($arrayBBCode); /* * Add Smiley rules to parser */ bbcode_add_smiley($BBHandler, ":)", "<img src="smiley.gif" alt=":)" />"); bbcode_add_smiley($BBHandler, ":(", "<img src="sad.gif" alt=":(" />"); bbcode_add_smiley($BBHandler, ":D", "<img src="happy.gif" alt=":D" />"); bbcode_add_smiley($BBHandler, ":p", "<img src="tong.gif" alt=":p" />"); bbcode_add_smiley($BBHandler, ":|", "<img src="special.gif" alt=":|" />"); bbcode_add_smiley($BBHandler, ":6:", "<img src="six.gif" alt=":6:" />"); /* * Parse the text */ echo bbcode_parse($BBHandler,$text); ?> The above example will output: <i> No parse Test </i> <img src="smiley.gif" alt=":)" /> <b> Parsed, with smiley <img src="sad.gif" alt=":(" /> </b> <u> Parsed, with no smiley :D </u> PHP Documentation Group BBCODE_ADD_SMILEY(3)

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