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SOORENA

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I was just wondering where all you people get those little thin images that say IPB image. Cause they really look neat
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dsenette

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eh?....all images that get posted here in a post...will show as "ipb image" when you hover your mouse over it....are you talking about something else?
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SOORENA

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I was talking about those liitle thin ones that say like razer owner and cod2 player.
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They are called user bars, so go forth and google.

Although please remember there is a <16K limit here i know it sounds small but for dial up users any larger its hassle as its quite a bit added on to load times.

Edited by warriorscot, 21 October 2006 - 04:57 PM.

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Johanna

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Soorena,
There is something wrong with your avatar, because it is not displaying. You can save the image to your hard drive then upload it on to the forum, rather than hosting it elsewhere.
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Buddy you have way to much that 16Kb has to cover everything avatar and sig, your avatar is using the whole amount anyway you need to do some shrinking.
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