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    Very Active Member Acquitted's Avatar
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    Default I give up - How do you create an Avatar/signature on this site?

    Any help navigating to the screen where I can set an Avatar and a signature line would be great.

    I've clicked through the whole site, and can't find it (or am too blind to see it).

    Thx for help.

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    Very Active Member Wjduke's Avatar
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    I'll try...as long as you have an image on the pc you're on, go to settings...click on edit avatar...go to option 2 and choose a file(photo)...click on open...click on upload file....on lower right, click on save changes.

    Hope I didn't miss a step...it was from memory.

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    Top right, click "Settings." Then, on the left, "Edit Avatar" and "Edit Signature."

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    Poyfekt. Thanks!

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    well i hpe this site helps and can make your work easier hope it helps have a nice day.

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