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xXLadyDataXx

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Report this May. 15 2012, 4:26 pm

I'm sorry for adding more to your load but would it be possible for you to make me another signature after you are done with your list of clients?


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DATAWORFfantotally

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Report this May. 23 2012, 1:31 pm

(sarcastic eyeroll)


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Roboto

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Report this Jun. 30 2012, 10:18 am

Apologies for the absence. It seems I have not had the time on my hands that I had hoped. I have been, in fact, quite busy getting ready for university. Galdkfjlsdsldkfjsigh.


On a graphics note: as many of you have probably already noticed, my photobucket exceeded its monthly bandwith. It will reset to zero next month, but it's clear to me that this will only continue to happen as I continue to host signatures. It is nobody's fault; it is just something that never ocurred to me (I am not as computer literate as it might appear). As a result, I will no longer be able to host signatures as I normally did.


There are two options I am considering:


1) ceasing to host signatures completely. That's pretty simple. I would continue to make signatures as people want them but they would have to make their own photobucket accounts and host the signature themselves (it's very easy to do).


2) I may make a separate photobucket account just for hosting signatures. If people want me to continue hosting their signatures, at the risk of the bandwith bursting and their signatures disappearing for a month (before returning to normal), then I would do that. As I said, it would be at the risk of the user.


So there you have it. 


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Report this Jun. 30 2012, 10:19 am

Apologies for the absence. It seems I have not had the time on my hands that I had hoped. I have been, in fact, quite busy getting ready for university. Galdkfjlsdsldkfjsigh.


On a graphics note: as many of you have probably already noticed, my photobucket exceeded its monthly bandwith. It will reset to zero next month, but it's clear to me that this will only continue to happen as I continue to host signatures. It is nobody's fault; it is just something that never ocurred to me (I am not as computer literate as it might appear). As a result, I will no longer be able to host signatures as I normally did.


There are two options I am considering:


1) ceasing to host signatures completely. That's pretty simple. I would continue to make signatures as people want them but they would have to make their own photobucket accounts and host the signature themselves (it's very easy to do).


2) I may make a separate photobucket account just for hosting signatures. If people want me to continue hosting their signatures, at the risk of the bandwith bursting and their signatures disappearing for a month (before returning to normal), then I would do that. As I said, it would be at the risk of the user.


So there you have it. 


the bungalo bill

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Report this Jul. 01 2012, 10:26 pm

Quote: Roboto @ Jun. 30 2012, 10:19 am

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>Apologies for the absence. It seems I have not had the time on my hands that I had hoped. I have been, in fact, quite busy getting ready for university. Galdkfjlsdsldkfjsigh.

>On a graphics note: as many of you have probably already noticed, my photobucket exceeded its monthly bandwith. It will reset to zero next month, but it's clear to me that this will only continue to happen as I continue to host signatures. It is nobody's fault; it is just something that never ocurred to me (I am not as computer literate as it might appear). As a result, I will no longer be able to host signatures as I normally did.

>There are two options I am considering:

>1) ceasing to host signatures completely. That's pretty simple. I would continue to make signatures as people want them but they would have to make their own photobucket accounts and host the signature themselves (it's very easy to do).

>2) I may make a separate photobucket account just for hosting signatures. If people want me to continue hosting their signatures, at the risk of the bandwith bursting and their signatures disappearing for a month (before returning to normal), then I would do that. As I said, it would be at the risk of the user.

>So there you have it. 

>


 


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FleetAdmiral_BamBam

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Report this Jul. 01 2012, 10:45 pm

Quote: Roboto @ Jun. 30 2012, 10:19 am

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>Apologies for the absence. It seems I have not had the time on my hands that I had hoped. I have been, in fact, quite busy getting ready for university. Galdkfjlsdsldkfjsigh.

>On a graphics note: as many of you have probably already noticed, my photobucket exceeded its monthly bandwith. It will reset to zero next month, but it's clear to me that this will only continue to happen as I continue to host signatures. It is nobody's fault; it is just something that never ocurred to me (I am not as computer literate as it might appear). As a result, I will no longer be able to host signatures as I normally did.

>There are two options I am considering:

>1) ceasing to host signatures completely. That's pretty simple. I would continue to make signatures as people want them but they would have to make their own photobucket accounts and host the signature themselves (it's very easy to do).

>2) I may make a separate photobucket account just for hosting signatures. If people want me to continue hosting their signatures, at the risk of the bandwith bursting and their signatures disappearing for a month (before returning to normal), then I would do that. As I said, it would be at the risk of the user.

>So there you have it. 

>
If you stick around, I'd suggest #1 - make them responsible for hosting their own signature.... there are plenty of free options out there.  (You do enough just being nice and making them the graphic.)


OneDamnMinuteAdmiral

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Report this Jul. 02 2012, 6:35 am

Quote: FleetAdmiral_BamBam @ Jul. 01 2012, 10:45 pm

Quote: Roboto @ Jun. 30 2012, 10:19 am

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>Apologies for the absence. It seems I have not had the time on my hands that I had hoped. I have been, in fact, quite busy getting ready for university. Galdkfjlsdsldkfjsigh.

>On a graphics note: as many of you have probably already noticed, my photobucket exceeded its monthly bandwith. It will reset to zero next month, but it's clear to me that this will only continue to happen as I continue to host signatures. It is nobody's fault; it is just something that never ocurred to me (I am not as computer literate as it might appear). As a result, I will no longer be able to host signatures as I normally did.

>There are two options I am considering:

>1) ceasing to host signatures completely. That's pretty simple. I would continue to make signatures as people want them but they would have to make their own photobucket accounts and host the signature themselves (it's very easy to do).

>2) I may make a separate photobucket account just for hosting signatures. If people want me to continue hosting their signatures, at the risk of the bandwith bursting and their signatures disappearing for a month (before returning to normal), then I would do that. As I said, it would be at the risk of the user.

>So there you have it. 

>
If you stick around, I'd suggest #1 - make them responsible for hosting their own signature.... there are plenty of free options out there.  (You do enough just being nice and making them the graphic.)


 


I agree. All I'd need is it sent to me I can take care of the hosting myself it is no big deal.


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xXLadyDataXx

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Report this Jul. 02 2012, 11:50 pm

Quote: Roboto @ Jun. 30 2012, 10:19 am

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>Apologies for the absence. It seems I have not had the time on my hands that I had hoped. I have been, in fact, quite busy getting ready for university. Galdkfjlsdsldkfjsigh.

>On a graphics note: as many of you have probably already noticed, my photobucket exceeded its monthly bandwith. It will reset to zero next month, but it's clear to me that this will only continue to happen as I continue to host signatures. It is nobody's fault; it is just something that never ocurred to me (I am not as computer literate as it might appear). As a result, I will no longer be able to host signatures as I normally did.

>There are two options I am considering:

>1) ceasing to host signatures completely. That's pretty simple. I would continue to make signatures as people want them but they would have to make their own photobucket accounts and host the signature themselves (it's very easy to do).

>2) I may make a separate photobucket account just for hosting signatures. If people want me to continue hosting their signatures, at the risk of the bandwith bursting and their signatures disappearing for a month (before returning to normal), then I would do that. As I said, it would be at the risk of the user.

>So there you have it. 

>


You can post it here and I can upload it on my photobucket account.


the bungalo bill

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Report this Jul. 03 2012, 7:04 am

Quote: the bungalo bill @ Jul. 01 2012, 10:26 pm

Quote: Roboto @ Jun. 30 2012, 10:19 am

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>

>Apologies for the absence. It seems I have not had the time on my hands that I had hoped. I have been, in fact, quite busy getting ready for university. Galdkfjlsdsldkfjsigh.

>On a graphics note: as many of you have probably already noticed, my photobucket exceeded its monthly bandwith. It will reset to zero next month, but it's clear to me that this will only continue to happen as I continue to host signatures. It is nobody's fault; it is just something that never ocurred to me (I am not as computer literate as it might appear). As a result, I will no longer be able to host signatures as I normally did.

>There are two options I am considering:

>1) ceasing to host signatures completely. That's pretty simple. I would continue to make signatures as people want them but they would have to make their own photobucket accounts and host the signature themselves (it's very easy to do).

>2) I may make a separate photobucket account just for hosting signatures. If people want me to continue hosting their signatures, at the risk of the bandwith bursting and their signatures disappearing for a month (before returning to normal), then I would do that. As I said, it would be at the risk of the user.

>So there you have it. 

>

 

I don't post here anymore (I signed in just for this message), but I do post on Star Trek Logs. If you finish mine, you can send it to me there or post it here, for I check this thread every so often.


Sorry, I wasn't thinking about the photobucket thing. You can send my signature to prestrek@gmail.com

CO_Fowler

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Report this Jul. 03 2012, 10:00 am

Go with number 1, Roboto.  When they make a graphic/siggy/avi at sheknows.com they host it for a brief period of time.  We're encouraged to save it to photobucket or other similar place.  Although sometimes they will keep it for a bit longer and email the person to make sure they still want it.  I think they may do two emails or try to contact the person twice before they take it off their image hosting page.


I don't see why that couldn't work for you, hun


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Chidori

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Report this Jul. 03 2012, 8:21 pm

It's nice of you to make graphics in the first place; I can figure out a way to host my own so you're not stuck with zero bandwith.


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CO_Fowler

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Report this Jul. 04 2012, 11:02 am

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>make your own you lazy so and sos .

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Some of us aren't that talented.  I can get a pic to post, but true good graphics are still not my forte.  Are you good at graphics and stuff like that?  Willing to teach all of us that aren't?  I'd personally love to learn that stuff!! 


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FleetAdmiral_BamBam

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Report this Jul. 04 2012, 12:50 pm

Quote: CO_Fowler @ Jul. 04 2012, 11:02 am

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>make your own you lazy so and sos .

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Some of us aren't that talented.  I can get a pic to post, but true good graphics are still not my forte.  Are you good at graphics and stuff like that?  Willing to teach all of us that aren't?  I'd personally love to learn that stuff!! 

Considering Chud's postings and blasting Roboto.... sadly it appears Chud's only ability is strife.


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Report this Jul. 05 2012, 9:10 am

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>make your own you lazy so and sos .

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 Some of us aren't that talented.  I can get a pic to post, but true good graphics are still not my forte.  Are you good at graphics and stuff like that?  Willing to teach all of us that aren't?  I'd personally love to learn that stuff!! 

Yes I know how to do it, it's easy just takes a bit mucking about, I can't be bothered to do so however.

No I'm not going to help other do it or give my time away gratis to do it.


 


Oh, I see.  Maybe you could not rag on those of us that don't know how to do it then since you don't want to help us learn.  :: shrugs ::  Not being snarky, just sayin' is all    Have a good day  


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Chidori

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Report this Jul. 06 2012, 1:41 am

I've mucked about with sigs and walls, but I'm not that good at it. I figured since someone offered, I'd take them up on it. If you can't afford the money for programs like Photoshop, you can use Paint.Net for free. It's not bad and reasonably easy to figure out. I've been trying to come up with a new icon that's not so plain. So far, epic fail...


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