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Jan 28 2007
By: Zink_91 Sackboy 652 posts
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how do u put ur own pic, all it gives me is a bunch of little squares
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Keyblade Wielder
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Re: avatars

Jan 29, 2007


Zink_91 wrote:
how do u put ur own pic, all it gives me is a bunch of little squares


This question has been asked and answered in the forum support forum. Here is the info
 

You have to earn the rank of 128-Bit and I personally don't know how many posts you need to get it, but even if I did it would be illegel to tell you so, here is the rules about it.
 
Custom Icons
Q: How do I go about setting a Custom Icon?
A: Custom Icons are automatically granted to you when you've reached the rank of "128-bit" or you are a MVP member. Custom Icons are a privlege, not a right. When you choose your icon, please make sure it is appropriate for people of all ages to see. Inappropriate icons will result in a warning the first time, the second infraction will be the loss of rights to use custom icons permanently. To choose a custom icon, click on "My Profile" at the top, then click on the "Icons" tab. On the Icon tab, scroll down to the bottom and you'll see an option to put a link to an image file. Supported formats include gif, png, and jpg. The maximum Width and Height of your image is 100 pixels high by 100 pixels wide. If your image is larger than that, it will be automatically re-sized. Please ensure your image is no larger than 25 kilobytes.
Q: When I try to put in a custom Icon I get this error. Personal Icon URL: Invalid URL format. Make sure the URL you input begins with http (or https) and is either a gif, png or jpg.
A: Typical reasons for this error include the following. You attempt to enter an image URL which does not contain a filename that has .jpg, .gif or .png appended to the end of the URL. You may also receive this error if you're attempting to use a URL which have spaces in the file name which show up as "%20". Please remove these spaces from your filename or folder name and try again.
This is found here " New User Guide"

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Re: avatars

Jan 29, 2007
This may be of some use to you:

 

The New User's Guide

Watch out! House is about ready to hit you with his cane...
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Re: avatars

Jan 29, 2007


Kizzerdrix wrote:
This may be of some use to you:

 

The New User's Guide




dude buddy has already answered my question,.........so stop spaming
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