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El Reg commentards offered extra iconography

You see, we do care really

Last September, in the wake of a rather unpopular redesign of the El Reg comments icons (an outrage subsequently dubbed "Icongate" by shaken Vulture Central staff), we asked you, our beloved readers, to suggest possible new icons, the better for you to express your feelings on our world-class IT news coverage.

We then forgot about the whole thing until earlier this week, when the Register Comments Monitoring Stasi suffered an uncharacteristic attack of bonhomie and decided that you lot had earned some new iconography.

Those new comments icons in full

Commenters are now invited to enjoy the extra dirty dozen, which we hope will keep you lot quiet for at least a couple of weeks. Be warned that the Moderatrix is not in the mood for any "yeah but what about an [insert demand] icon?" whining, so considered yourselves warned. ®

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