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Old 06-03-08, 01:17 PM   #15
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Default Re: Sig Images. Yay or nay?

Originally Posted by MikeC View Post
I don't particularly like signature images as they tend to clutter up the posts. Unfortunately during the upgrade the signature setting, which was global, was moved to individual group profiles and was set to a default of on. Since signatures were not enabled before the upgrade, it makes sense to disable them after the upgrade. Another thing to put on the to-do list
Mike, it's the stupid 11-30 line text signatures that truly clutter up posts, which everyone seems to be so transparently apathetic about. Did you see what vb is limiting the sig images to? 500x100. That is definitely small, a lot smaller than the sig images of some other forums. I believe it's an evolutionary feature that should be kept. A little change is good. If you don't want a pic sig, simply don't make one. If you don't like pic sigs, don't look at them... just like how I don't look at (example) Bigman's sig.

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