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    Default Testing signature pic...............

    Just tried to resize an image for a signature pic..................

    2003 Chevy Silverado LS Regular Cab Stepside in Tangier Orange (factory color)
    20" Baccarat black wheels and 285/50R20 tires
    Pretty much all stock for now but plans to upgrage stereo, exhaust, engine and other goodies.

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    Seems like a good size to me... Definitely wouldn't go any smaller though.
    00 Chevy Tahoe LT, 5.3 4x4

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    I'd like to make it a little bit bigger. I just don't have any good photo shop type programs. I'll upload a few pics to an album on here and if someone is feeling generous maybe they can help. I've seen some that look like a banner and take up the whole bottom portion. Unfortunantly graphics aren't my thing.

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    There are some issues with resizing certain file types, let me see if I can fix it. That's the thumbnail size and it's not supposed to thumbnail the siggy images when uploaded.

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    Thanks.....I like the size of your sig pic..........

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    You don't need a special photoshop program to resize it.. You can do it right in Paint if you have a windows computer.

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    How's this for size?
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    I like that size.i saved on my computer and uploaded it as my signature pic so lets see how it looks.....thanks!!!

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    Ya, it is unecessary to use PS to process it to a target size, some small image processing program can finish it.

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