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Wanted: How to turn a photo into an OzRS signiature


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Could someone with one of the very cool photo/text signitures post a very quick/simple "How to" post?

1/ Scan the photo. 72 dpi

2/ Upload to Imageshack, Photobucket or a hosting site your a member of.

3/ Copy the IMG CODE and paste in the sig area of your "Profile"

 

voilà

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Dragyn,

 

Here is the code for my sig, which I've disable by adding hyphens, so ignore those.

The image was uploaded to Imageshack, and the url added to the end of the sig,

selected and the Img codes added.

 

[-color=orange][-b]See you at the National OzRenault[-i]sport[-/i] meet at Winton in November (1-4)[-/b][-/color]

Biologist and 'wee beasty' 8)

[-img]http://img367.imageshack.us/img367/662/spiderava2sy9ao6.jpg[-/img]

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Thanks everyone,

 

What I was actually after was how to make one in "photoshop" from an existing image, aka Mr Asia, walkie86 & Vukie.

 

However Griff told me in no uncertain terms how to do it, so I shall not ask again :oops::oops:

 

Think I'll go crawl back under my non-html enabled rock now :(

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However Griff told me in no uncertain terms how to do it, so I shall not ask again :oops::oops:

 

Think I'll go crawl back under my non-html enabled rock now :(

 

OOOhhh, hes a cruel man that Griffyn, :roll:

Lookin' forward to seeing your new sig :mrgreen:

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  • 2 months later...

Photo sigs are a great way to express what you have and your passion for it with very little words. I love mine :P heheheh

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