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Posted: Tue, 17th Jan 2006, 4:59pm

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Oeyvind

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OK, I know I've seen a tutorial on how to add pictures in your signature, but I just can't find it anywhere on this site..! Searched the forums and all... Sorry, I suppose this has been asked many times before, but how do you actually add a picture to your signature..?

I know it's something about [img] something URL and stuff, but what precisley is it?

Sorry about all this, but I just couldn't find it..! smile

Oeyvind
Posted: Tue, 17th Jan 2006, 5:31pm

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MrShmoe

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[img]your image URL[/img]

EDIT: oops! didn't read your post to the end. Do as The Renegade said.

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Posted: Tue, 17th Jan 2006, 6:11pm

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TheRenegade

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[EDIT] This Might take you to what I am trying to explain.

On the top right of the FX home window is something that looks like this:
Welcome back TheRenegade | Options | Logout
Click on Options.
Now on the side there should be options like this:

Main

Change Email Address
Change Username
Change Password
Change Avatar

Personal Details
Mailing List
Top 10 Movies
View Your Profile

Product Registration
Forum Options <----------Click on this option.
Customize InfoBoxes
Forum Watcher Options
Sessions

Force Diary
Force Transfer


Now at the bottom of this window will be a place for you to put the url of the picture you want as a signiture. And just like MrShmoe said "[img]your image URL[/img]". Hope that helps.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jan 2006, 6:58pm

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Andreas

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You could take it one step further, If you want your image to be a hyperlink it's supose to look like this

[URL=http://thehyperlinkwebsite.com][img]http://wheretheimageis.jpg[/img][/URL]
Posted: Wed, 18th Jan 2006, 9:19pm

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Oeyvind

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OK! Great!! biggrin

Thanx guys, I knew I could count on you! biggrin biggrin biggrin