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How to get a picture as your avatar?


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drew2815

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Just wondering how you get a picture as your avatar?
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opps, I mean how do you get a picture as your signature?
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Go to photobucket and upload your picture :/
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Whats photobucket got to do with it, just go into control panel and upload your picture in the avatar, section just make sure you have a proper sized picture in jpeg format.
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I noticed if you put a pic in your profile it's actually be better quality if you use gif format rather than jpg.. doesn't make much sense to me but I tried both formats and it definitely looked better as gif.

I don't know if they same applies to avatars.
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Whats photobucket got to do with it, just go into control panel and upload your picture in the avatar, section just make sure you have a proper sized picture in jpeg format.


Oops, I was thinking of sigs, sorry.
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