Personal Pic Problems

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Dan Verdi

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I have a small pic of Yoda, 140 X 140. I know it's not suppose to be any bigger than 150 X 150, but when I post, I can't see it.

What am I doing wrong? When I go to "My Control Center" I can see it just fine. It's just when I post, it's not visible. No broken icon, no nothing...

-Dan
 

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TomSpinaDesigns

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Originally posted by Dan Verdi@Mar 29 2005, 06:06 PM
I have a small pic of Yoda, 140 X 140. I know it's not suppose to be any bigger than 150 X 150, but when I post, I can't see it.

What am I doing wrong? When I go to "My Control Center" I can see it just fine. It's just when I post, it's not visible. No broken icon, no nothing...

-Dan
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Hey Dan,

I think you're confusing the two different personal images members can now have. There's the personal pic, which only shows in your profile, and the avatar, which shows in your posts.

You've got your personal pic up (great shot, BTW.) but you haven't got anything as an avatar.

Go to your profile and click "edit avatar settings" to upload an image for your avatar. It's supposed to be 60x60, but the software should auto shrink it when you upload it. (still best to shrink it in a pic editor if you can)

Tom
 

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