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    I dont no if theres a sig tester on these forums so I made a thread

    damn never worked
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    You really don't need to make a seperate thread for this...just check one of your earlier posts.

    Anyway, put the URL of your picture in between two [img] tags, so it will look like this:

    [img ]http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-9/393898/redxrobot.gif
    [/img ]

    ...Without the spaces in between the "g" and the "]". Should work fine. However, if your image host doesn't support direct linking, then it obviously won't work. I recommend Photobucket. They give tons of space, unlimited bandwidth, and don't compress most images.
    This is where my signature would go had my host not been such a Bandwidth Nazi.

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    Excellent command of the command SearanoX:thumb:

    alternately, HTML will work also;

    <IMG SRC="http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-9/393898/redxrobot.gif">

    copy and paste that in the appropriate place for you sig :)
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    Yes, I pride myself on my extensive and extremely precidented vB command knowledge...soon, I shall use it to rule the world! Muahaha!

    Anyway, topic locked!

    ...

    Oops, forgot I wasn't a moderator in the spur of the moment. Or something.

    Guess that's your job, Mr. C.

    *scowls*

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    no need for that.

    there may be ongoing construction yet?
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    Meh, you're the moderator. But as you'll see, it works perfectly in my above post, so I don't see any reason more for keeping the topic open.

    This is where my signature would go had my host not been such a Bandwidth Nazi.

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    there's plenty of reason. Gives people a chance to pick on each other...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    there's plenty of reason. Gives people a chance to pick on each other...
    ^^ No! Leave one another alone..!!

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    thx for the help
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    GRAPHICS CARD: EVGA 7800GT 256mb
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    Hard Drive: Seagate 300GB HDD 7,2000 RPM
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    windows XP: home

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