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Rowy

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I have an image for my new beer label, expertly prepared by Cocko, and I'm F#$ked if I can upload it to my signature from photobucket. Any geeks out there that can explain in basic instructions to a computer gumby what to do. PLEASE HELP!
 

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download to computer (open the image in browser, right click on it and save as to somewhere - desktop is an idea).

Then upload like a normal image to the sig.

btw, did you say Cocko!!
 

Rowy

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download to computer (open the image in browser, right click on it and save as to somewhere - desktop is an idea).

Then upload like a normal image to the sig.

btw, did you say Cocko!!

Yes the cockman himself. I have it saved as a jpeg on my computer I'll give it a try.
 

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Try tinypic just find where you have kept the file in upload.select image then then resize,you can give the file a name if you,it will open a captica type it in.once loaded it will give a choice how you want to display it.you can shareit by email option
 

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Register and upload your image to photobucket, then you need to find the image 'code' that looks something like yourfilenameblabla[img] and then copy and past that code into your signature.
Highly likely you'll need to reduce its size a fair bit first. Aim for around the 80-100kb mark.
 

Rowy

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Register and upload your image to photobucket, then you need to find the image 'code' that looks something like yourfilenameblabla[img] and then copy and past that code into your signature.
Highly likely you'll need to reduce its size a fair bit first. Aim for around the 80-100kb mark.[/quote]


J.T. you are a champion my friend!
 

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No probs at all mate. Looks good!
 

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