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

Discussion in 'Announcements & Feedback' started by VisaliaIPA, Sep 4, 2012.

  1. VisaliaIPA

    VisaliaIPA Member

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

    Kady Rockstar GMTC Chick 100 Posts

    Seems like a good size to me... Definitely wouldn't go any smaller though.
  3. VisaliaIPA

    VisaliaIPA Member

    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.
  4. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan November Beard Grower - Cancer Fighter Staff Member 5+ Years 5000 Posts

    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.
  5. VisaliaIPA

    VisaliaIPA Member

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

    Kady Rockstar GMTC Chick 100 Posts

    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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  7. VisaliaIPA

    VisaliaIPA Member

    I like that size.i saved on my computer and uploaded it as my signature pic so lets see how it looks.....thanks!!!
  8. Camp Image

    Camp Image New Member

    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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