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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby AmyT » 11 Jan 2005, 04:26

oooh I like that one best so far!
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby ptimber » 11 Jan 2005, 04:30

The best yet: I visualize duct tape over your mouth. Peter
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby AmyT » 11 Jan 2005, 05:47

:lol: That could maybe be seen as offensive..

But personally... I would just laugh at you and keep talking! LOL...
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby ptimber » 11 Jan 2005, 06:09

interesting. I see it getting peoples attention to the perils of pauline. Peter
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby AmyT » 11 Jan 2005, 06:50

I think your precocious. (No thats not precious)
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby ptimber » 11 Jan 2005, 07:26

How about I am out of my mind,but feel free to leave a message. Peter
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby AmyT » 11 Jan 2005, 07:32

That was is more suited to me than you... :lol:
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby ptimber » 11 Jan 2005, 07:48

when great minds meet. Peter
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby AmyT » 11 Jan 2005, 07:53

ugh... Im in crossword mode..

Novel by Rousseau - 5 letters..
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby JamesBianco » 12 Jan 2005, 18:32

Amy---did you happen to notice Avatars only work for some people? I've pulled mine from a link, which is well under the maximum Pixels and size allowed, and all that appears is that red X. I've even tried using one of Tardio's avatars...Still that red X. I see you have the same problem, yet some people it works for. Wonder what the issue is?
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby ptimber » 12 Jan 2005, 19:38

Dear AMY how do you post a new subject on this forum. I have never done so and I have information for everyone interesed in Sicily which I just received from my anitquarian book dealer in Bologna. Peter
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby AmyT » 12 Jan 2005, 21:19

James,

The reason we can't see our avatars is because well, mine is too big and it never worked, even when I fit it within said dementions. I think I just couldn't manipulate the pixels to suit and still show the avatar which was my face. Regardless this site has a list of avatars that seem to work, the ones I've seen at least are all from the generic given list for this site. I did try that as well and it didn't work, mostly because it wouldn't delete the picture I already put up. I'm generally pretty good with this stuff but frankly I just gave up. My only advice to you is to contact the webmaster/admin to get some help. I'm sorry I don't have better answers..

Peter,

You have a PM.

Ciao, ~Amy
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby ptimber » 12 Jan 2005, 21:22

PM????????????????????Peter
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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby JamesBianco » 12 Jan 2005, 21:34

It must be something about this forum, I have Avatars on all the others I am on. I resized the jpg I wanted to use, and also tried using one of Tardio's (this forum) as well...still that darn X! Oh well.....

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Re: Off Topic- Discussion on signatures..

Postby AmyT » 12 Jan 2005, 21:43

James,

I did the same thing, but it wouldn't delete the picture I had resized, so I just let the picture be its usual size and forgot about it. I only frequent one or two other forums but I've always been able (and so has everyone else been able to post pictures).

Hey have you tried putting it in your signature? I think you could pull that off..
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