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    I want to add an image I made to my signatuure. Im just not sure how.
    but Ill post the image here and you all tell me how I can add it.
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    just figured it out, I need to make it smaller, what do you think? should I make it smaller?

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    I think its too big, it breaks the page setup in some threads, Ill make it smaller.

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    ah, now thats more like it.

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    I still think thats rather large....See the forum rules on the top of anything like switcher hangout.

    I believe that the requirement is exactly the size of my image.

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    You've basically been talking to your self. Lol. I have one recomendation... The finder icon could use a 3D effect. Like this :
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    yea, I made it in illustrator, thats why it has no 3d effects, but I could try some.

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    Ill resize it in a little while, though its not much larger than yours

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    ok, heres a variation, what do you all think?
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    the apple on the finders chin looks um.. out of place.

    Looks great though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danster
    the apple on the finders chin looks um.. out of place.

    Looks great though
    definitely wot I was thinking.

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    I cant make the finder icon opaque, then you wont see the apple on the cube. Ill leave the one I have now without the cubes.

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    How about removing the border? The only background you post on is white so you will never notice the lack of transparency. The border is quite far away from the focus so it kind of loses its purpose anyway.

    A second typeface for the text below your name might be a good idea too, and perhaps tighten them together a bit? At the moment the different elements of the image are kind of all over the place with seemingly little rhyme.

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    I like it but it definitely needs to be smaller. Right now it exceeds the allowable signature rules. You can see those here:
    http://www.mac-forums.com/news-and-community-announcements/announcements.html

    It's too tall and the file itself is about twice as large as sigs are allowed to be.

    But like I said, it's definitely a nice start, and I also agree with edge, a second font under might look cool.
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    Ill redisn it in a few hours, from the ground up, no border, smaller size, etc.

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