Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by MSP Tuner, May 14, 2004.
So what do you guys think of the sig?
Special Interest Group? Possibly a NYC SIG?
Or do you mean the SIGnature - your nice little lokeys?
Which one is gonna win the race?
PS: Funny little gif-files! :thumb:
PPS: Re-Edit --> Hehehe, thanks for your edit - all clear now!
All's I see are three RED Xs. FRED
ditto (it says that my reply has to be at least 10 characters long so here is the rest of it)
Funny, I see three animated gifs (3 steam locomotives turning their wheels). But only on my Opera7 browser! :thumb:
When I go to the gauge via Netscape 4.78 (ok, I know it's old) and I.E. 6 - no pictures!!
Must be still one Gremlin around on the Gauge!
PS: As an experiment I try to re-post one of the gifs as normal picture:
Hey - this way around it works!
So the bug must hide somewhere in the personal profile manager!
The problem is his pix are on geocities and geocities will not allow direct access to pictures from off site URLs more than a couple times. (experience talking). You prob got them one of those time with your opera. The pixs are in cache and if you hit the reload the pictures will likely X out. And the poster will have a warning message from geocities next time he logs on the site (more experience). FRED
I had to hit the refresh button a few times as the wrong pictures were in the wrong place. Probably still a few minor bugs.
I think it should work properly now.
Just wish getting started in train modeling would be that simple. So much info my head is spinning.
Yes, the new server did it, I see them now. :thumb: FRED
Back when we were told that we had to limit our picture size we were also told that animated signatures and avatars were prohibited. Has that restriction been lifted? May we now use them even if they are not linked from other web space? Ain't complaining....just curious.
NO, just forgotten for a moment. Please remove your animated gifs as signatures, sorry, but it is a rule to help people with slow connections load faster. FRED
Separate names with a comma.