Ever wish you could easily copy and paste emoticons? Well, me either, but thanks to an hour of me messing around in Visual Studio, now you can.
CopyPad sits in your system tray, just waiting for you to click on it. When you do, it brings up a menu of emoticons to select from. Just click on the one you want to use, and you can paste it into any application!
- If you want to start CopyPad automatically with Windows, just move it into the Programs > Startup folder in your start menu.
- Totally a Bug: The emoticons may not draw correctly on the menu, probably because of Window’s horrible handling of Unicode. Don’t worry, though! You will still be able to paste them properly, and programs like your web browser should handle them like you’d expect.
- Right-clicking on the icon brings up the menu. If you left-click on it, you can get the ಠ_ಠ (look of disapproval). I clearly use this face too much in normal conversations.
- If you have any suggestions for new emoticons, send them my way. Alternatively, fork the code and add them yourself!