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v4 Tutorials: Likes, Thanks, Etc.

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The "Like" options are in the same place as the previous version. John didn't care for the default "Like", which was a heart. I have to say I agreed with him. So, I came up with a "thumbs up" hand image to replace it with. I added "Mad" after I modified an "angry" png file that would work with the others. Maybe not the best. But, I don't claim to be a graphics designer, either.

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