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Really strange - my default skin tone in the Zoom IM is white; however, at some point the emoticons switched to a Hispanic skin tone. I try to right click on the emoticon itself, but it doesn't give me the ability to switch back to white. Any ideas?
Click on Skin tone at the lower right side of the pop-up window. This now changes the skin tone for all of your smileys and emoticons at once.
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Thank you - but if you notice, that's already been done. The default tone on the lower right IS white - but it didn't change the emoticons, even after I reselected the default several times. That's why I'm stumped!
I don't know if this is still an issue for you but, if so, I found that I need to long tap on the emoticon I want to use and it gives me a range of skin tones to choose from. Once I've done that, the choice I made is my new default. Hope this helps : )