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Topic # 109332 18-Sep-2012 12:22 Send private message

This is my 494th post, meaning I’ve nearly reached the 500 milestone and granting me the privilege of displaying a profile signature.

I’d like to include a picture in my signature (which I think is hilarious), that measures 302 x 198 pixels and is 13kB.

The guidelines for signatures state :” HTML is ok, but please don't use large images”.

Being a conformist, I ‘m keen to play by the rules.  Will this be acceptable or is it considered ‘large’?





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  Reply # 687669 18-Sep-2012 12:24 Send private message

A bit large (not in size but dimensions). Can't you resize it a bit shorter than 198 pixels?






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  Reply # 687672 18-Sep-2012 12:30 Send private message

freitasm: A bit large (not in size but dimensions). Can't you resize it a bit shorter than 198 pixels?

Thanks, will try and do so.  Down to about 120 OK?





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  Reply # 687691 18-Sep-2012 12:59 Send private message

It should be...




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