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    My avatar...
    Im considering changing my avatar, just thought Id ask the forums thoughts on that. you all know my current avatar, the 2005/2006 concept camaro,
    the one I wanna change it to is good, I like my current one, but Id like something with a face, so Im considering this new one.(see attachment)
    I wish the vb software supported larger avatars, or multi sized avatars.Im not sure, but I dont think it does. Id crop the side a little off the new one, also, the software for the board will change every post Ive ever made and replace my old avatr, leaving no trace of it.
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    heres a larger and cropped version of it.:mac:
    remember my name is macman when judging the avatars.
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    Both look nice

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    Desolate One
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    I think the Camaro is boss. Great resolution for an avitar, great contrast. It just works. I didn't know wot that pic was (more than meets the eye) until I clicked on it.

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    I prefer your current one. Because of the size restrictions imposed on the image you intend to use it loses its distinguishability.

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    true edge, I may keep it, the reasnn why I mentioned I wish vbulletin supported larger sized avatars is as you mentioned, scalability, as I often pay close attention to in graphic design.
    Im treating this like a democracy, cast your vote, and on some date(not set yet, but soon)
    Ill count the votes/opinions and decide.

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    cde_woods
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    man, I'm glad I don't live in a democracy. Having to vote for every little insignificant thing seems so tedious and annoying. I like it when people just decide what's right and do it, don't you?

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    Maxp0wer2004
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    Actually (correct me if i am wrong) i think that 100 x 100 pixels is the laragest avatar size possible in most well-known forum software (VBulletin, Invision Power Board etc.).

    It is a bad thing they cant be bigger because my avatar doesnt look too good when its minimized

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    zeppster
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    Cool people don't use avatars

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeppster
    Cool people don't use avatars
    really, then I suggest you use one and stop lying to yourself. :robot:
    just kidding. but ipb v2 allows multiple and large sized avatars, something like 250x400 pixels max.

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