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Using AutoHotKey when I type :) it will converted to ◕‿◕ (I found it here).

Now I want also convert :( to a similar one but I could not found a Unicode character for its lips. Do you know any one?

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+1 for the link (ᵔᴥᵔ) – nixda Jan 27 '13 at 18:25
(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ Love the link! – ChrisN Jan 27 '13 at 18:28
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I found a character here! ◕︵◕

Here is its AutoHotKey script, to use, install AutoHotKey and save the script in smily.ahk file and open it.

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I believe the second :) should be :( – Jan Dvorak Jan 27 '13 at 19:10
@JanDvorak Thanks, corrected – PHPst Jan 28 '13 at 3:03
Hehe, I too put some Unicode emoticons in an Autohotkey script, however I didn’t use hotstrings; instead I made a chord hotkey (Ctrl+K,O; Ctrl+K,E, etc.) for them in order to have better control and avoid accidentally inserting them. (Is that filename correct?) ఠ_ಠ – Synetech Jul 1 '13 at 17:40
@Synetech Feel free to add your script to the answer. – PHPst Jul 1 '13 at 19:06

(U+2054 INVERTED UNDERTIE) should work.

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Doesn't display for me. – Jan Dvorak Jan 27 '13 at 19:08
Thanks, Your character fit better for a sad face but Font coverage for this ◕︵◕ is far better than ◕⁔◕. – PHPst Feb 14 '13 at 6:59
@PHPst, the second one looks better because the frown is further down (below the eyes); the first one is too high (between the eyes). I can’t vouch for font coverage, but both work on my old XP system (though that might be because I have installed some extra Unicode fonts over the years). – Synetech Jul 1 '13 at 17:34
@Synetech Press superkey+r and copy ◕︵◕ ◕⁔◕ to text box to see the issue. – PHPst Jul 1 '13 at 19:03

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