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    Danster
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    noob question
    hello this may sound stupid but i dont know how to put a picture as a signiture can somebody please tell me as i have been through every option on the profile list

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    Click the Profile Button above >> On the left Navigation click Edit Signature, then use the image tag normally

    ie. [img]imageurl[/img]

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    Danster
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    hmm i tried that and i want to use a picture that i have on my desktop i do i insert that???

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    The image needs to be online...You can't use a picture that is on your computer
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    Danster
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    how do i stick it online?

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    xthisisRomancex
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    you need to find some were to upload it. i suggest going to photobucket.com and sign up there it is free and it allows remote hosting. not to many free sites pffer that. you do ahve to sign up but yea it a short simple sign up .

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    Danster
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    that sucks so everyone who has a picture in their sig has had to upload on a website dyme!

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    I uploaded my image here when I asked others their thoughts on it and linked it through there.

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    Danster
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    ok il do it that way thanks

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    um, it has to be a jpg, gif,bmp, or tif to be a sig image, and remember the size limit.

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    thats one h*** of a sig. I may modify mine a bit soon. can I be in the a-team?lmao...

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    Danster
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macman
    thats one h*** of a sig. I may modify mine a bit soon. can I be in the a-team?lmao...
    it's not that bad i can't really use photoshop so that's the best i can come up with for the moment il make an a-team 1 when i think of one and yes you can be in it

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    Danster
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    holy ---- the size of it il have to make it a tad smaller lol
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    thats cool, that is a bit oversized for a sig image I think. you can use photoshop, just save it as a jpeg or gif, remember to flatten all layers before saving as a jpg or gif.

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    Danster
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    it is a jpeg let's c how big it is now hmm still a tad bigger than i thought

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