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Useful abbreviations wdp etc where do I find the bridge shorthand?

#101 User is offline   GreenMan 

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Posted 2015-May-25, 23:43

View Post1eyedjack, on 2015-May-25, 22:17, said:

CPU = ?


Concealed partnership understanding.
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Posted 2015-June-19, 06:09

View Post1eyedjack, on 2015-May-25, 22:17, said:

CPU = ?

Concealed Partnership Understanding: used for a psyche/misbid which is in fact a hidden/undisclosed agreement
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Posted 2017-November-29, 23:05

View Postaguahombre, on 2009-December-26, 10:55, said:

meh?



Definition of meh
1 : not impressive : so-so
  • a meh documentary
2 : apathetic, indifferent
  • the movie left me feeling meh

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Posted 2018-April-16, 05:35

View Postinquiry, on 2007-March-01, 21:09, said:

Welcome Mary, I am sure some of us can reconstuct the abbreviations for you.

gl = good luck
glp = good luck partner
ty = thank you
typ = thank you partner
wdo = well done opponents
lol = laugh out loud
rofl = roll on floor laughing

others will add more. Come back often!



brb is be right back
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Posted 2018-April-16, 13:08

View PostHeidibam1, on 2018-April-16, 05:35, said:

brb is be right back

That's in post #4: http://www.bridgebas...post__p__178909

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Posted 2019-December-16, 16:01

Thank you

This post has been edited by barmar: 2019-December-17, 09:40
Reason for edit: removed long, unneeded quote

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Posted 2020-June-13, 10:14

View Postbridgecat2, on 2010-July-29, 09:03, said:

How do I use the card symbols in a chat ???? what are the short cuts ???

When you type in your reply, they card symbols appear below the Bold choice in the style bar.
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Posted 2020-June-13, 11:58

BathRoom Break
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Posted 2020-June-15, 09:37

View Post0 carbon, on 2020-June-13, 11:58, said:

BathRoom Break

That's what I thought when I first started, but it means "[I'll] Be Right Back".

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Posted 2020-July-02, 08:55

I've seen someone use a clapping had emoji in BBO chat - how do you do that?
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Posted 2020-July-02, 17:16

View Posttony2093, on 2020-July-02, 08:55, said:

I've seen someone use a clapping had emoji in BBO chat - how do you do that?

The same way you type emojis in any other application.

On a Mac, the Edit menu in every application has "Emojis and Symbols", which displays a dialog with all the emojis. I'm not sure what the equivalent on Windows is.

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