The audience and players can chat with each other during UpStage performances when the chat window is visible. Players can choose to hide or expose the chat window during a performance, and to position it on either the left or the right-hand side of the screen.
You can minimize the chat locally (just for your view) using the line icon at the top right corner of the chat box.
You can increase or decrease the size of the font using the + and - buttons just above the chat input field.
You can minimize the chat window using the line icon at the top of the window.
When the chat window is available, you can write in the field at the bottom of the chat window and press enter (on your keyboard) to send your message. It is visible to all audience and players present on the stage.
Text input by audience members appears as gray text, while player text is black and slightly larger font size.
You can include emoticons in your message by clicking on the green emoticon icon located to the right of the text input field. A pop-up window will open, showing the avaliable emoticons. Click on one to select it, then hit enter to send your message.
Above the chat text input field are four emoticons and a plus symbol. Click on one of these and it will pop up along the bottom of the stage. The four options are for applause, laughter, waving and love.
If you want to express a different reaction, use the plus symbol to access more emoji options.
The size of the font can be adjusted with the + and - buttons at the right above the text input field. Press on the + to increase the font size, and on the - to decrease it. Remember, this only changes the font size for you, not for anyone else.
You can also change the font size from the chat window settings. The settings are accessed from the cog icon at the top right of the chat window. Click on the cog and a pop-up window opens:
The settings are accessed from the cog icon at the top right of the chat window. Click on the cog and a pop-up window opens. In the first tab you can change your Nickname.
"Shouting" and "thinking" are ways to add expression to the chat.
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