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Author Topic:   test sig
Grind_and_Click
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posted May 12, 2002 05:34 PM            
hoodee ha dee punk blah

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[IMG]http://www.unique-hardware.co.uk/server-smilies/otn/evil/death2.gif[/IMG]Ive Got an Axe To Grind With you[IMG]http://www.unique-hardware.co.uk/server-smilies/otn/evil/death2.gif[/IMG]

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Grind_and_Click
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posted May 12, 2002 05:34 PM            
aahh! help!

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Grind_and_Click
Member
posted May 12, 2002 05:36 PM            
try agen

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[IMG]http://www.unique-hardware.co.uk/server-smilies/otn/evil/death2.gif[/IMG] Ive Got an Axe To Grind With you [IMG]http://www.unique-hardware.co.uk/server-smilies/otn/evil/death2.gif[/IMG]


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Grind_and_Click
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posted May 12, 2002 05:36 PM            
pants

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Kevlar
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posted May 12, 2002 06:24 PM            
test

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Ive Got an Axe To Grind With you

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Kevlar
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posted May 12, 2002 06:25 PM            
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Hey that's cool Grind!!!

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Grind_and_Click
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posted May 12, 2002 07:16 PM            
heeh hey thanks!! how did you do it?!?!

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Kevlar
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posted May 12, 2002 07:44 PM            
Well the img tag is disabled in the signature text box. So there are two choices when using an image in your sig.

The first method would be to submit your post and then immediately return the that post and hit EDIT then SUBMIT without changing anything. the second submit will activate the tag. But all your post will always show that they have been edited.

The second way is create a text file on your start menu with your sig code, so that you can just copy/paste it at the bottom of your posts. Right click on your start botton and choose open and drag the text file in that folder so that it will always be at the top of your start button menu, for easy access.

Both methods can be a pain but I wonder if we could get LDA to enable the img tag in signatures especially since we will have 3 admin's to watch over an abuse.

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Grind_and_Click
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posted May 12, 2002 08:31 PM            
so what do i copy pastye into my start menue? exactly

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coax
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posted May 12, 2002 08:47 PM            
The code of the UBB itself does not support img tags in the sig unfortunately.

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Kevlar
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posted May 12, 2002 10:07 PM            
Ah ok Coax... I figured there was a reason.
Copy this (hope it works)

nevermind wait a sec...

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Kevlar
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posted May 12, 2002 10:11 PM            
Right click and "save as"

You'll just copy paste the code in this text file in place of your sig. You also won't want to click the signature "check box" when using this method.

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Grind_and_Click
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posted May 13, 2002 12:34 AM            
scoobee waa

Ive Got an Axe To Grind With you

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Grind_and_Click
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posted May 13, 2002 12:34 AM            
BEAST thanks for you help guysm cudnt of done it without ya

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Dreamer
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posted May 13, 2002 02:22 AM         
Kevlar - have you seen rixy's signature over at the (old, haven't checked for ages) DMF board? That's what you get - several screen pages of ugly pics and people who consistently deny that they are spamming the board with their sigs.

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coax
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posted May 13, 2002 02:30 AM            
Need no fear Dreamer nothing but pretty and styling sigs at the DMF these days.

Heres his most recent sig

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DMF Admin
http://www.dnxworld.com http://www.dmf.filetap.com




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Sailor
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posted June 08, 2002 09:59 PM            
Just a test..

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coax LWA
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posted August 24, 2002 05:34 AM            
testing to see if I can remember the password.

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