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Old 2008-02-08, 14:17   Link #1141
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I was only wondering about this due to the 2 line restriction in the signature. I know on my older LCD my resolution was only 1024x768 and I swapped to a CRT for my photoshopping needs and i'm at a 1360x1024 resolution right now. Because on my brothers LCD which is at a resolution of 1280x1024 my signature was on 3 lines. So I thought I have made a mistake on the length of it.
As for the number of lines in the sig, it would be based on how much text would fit in a 500 pixels wide area. Your current sig would include 5 lines of text and would look something like this.
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Here's another sig that also fails the sig limits when you actually apply the same conditions.
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Old 2008-02-08, 15:43   Link #1142
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As for the number of lines in the sig, it would be based on how much text would fit in a 500 pixels wide area. Your current sig would include 5 lines of text and would look something like this.

I thought I had already told you this, here

Here's another sig that also fails the sig limits when you actually apply the same conditions.
Oh, I thought you meant that when I was playing around with that new format of signature. Ok I'll keep that in mind. 500 pixels.
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Old 2008-02-09, 01:01   Link #1143
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Here's another sig that also fails the sig limits when you actually apply the same conditions.
Eeep!
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Old 2008-02-09, 14:24   Link #1144
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Eeep!
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Old 2008-02-09, 14:50   Link #1145
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lol ur sig
Instead of lol maybe you should check out the sig limits yourself Your sig is also over the limit!!
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It's 135 pixels high and 4 lines of text!! Even if you take into account that you are using size 1 text the fact that your image is 135 pixels means you are over the limits.
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Old 2008-02-09, 15:00   Link #1146
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Old 2008-02-09, 15:49   Link #1147
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Instead of lol maybe you should check out the sig limits yourself Your sig is also over the limit!!

It's 135 pixels high and 4 lines of text!! Even if you take into account that you are using size 1 text the fact that your image is 135 pixels means you are over the limits.
You still have those things enabled Chris?

A year or so ago they sorta just got out of control. They multiplied like crazy and maximum became minimum all of a sudden.
I like them too ~ but sheesh write more in your posts then your sigs damn it. >_<;

Having such a pathetically small minimum-post-size doesn't really help either.
It should be at least 2x maximum signature size; just to be fair

I eventually disabled them just because they also had this sort of brain washing effect whenever I would read a post.
Like I couldn't be mean to someone with a cute avatar ~ Well not too extreme but that sort of feeling...
~ now I'm getting this feeling I'm being less sensible then some sort of minimum here. Sry Legem

Q. Anyone else got the avy/sig brainwashing feeling? lol
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Old 2008-02-09, 21:25   Link #1148
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Been wanting to ask this for a while so here's goes...

When I upload some images using ImageShack, they sometimes end up (in the way they look) having a darker tone in color when compared to the original in my folders; That is, the image looks darker when I open the thumbnail, yet, it goes back to normal if I save it again to my computer.

Anyone else has seen this "problem" before?
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Old 2008-02-10, 02:04   Link #1149
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Been wanting to ask this for a while so here's goes...

When I upload some images using ImageShack, they sometimes end up (in the way they look) having a darker tone in color when compared to the original in my folders; That is, the image looks darker when I open the thumbnail, yet, it goes back to normal if I save it again to my computer.

Anyone else has seen this "problem" before?
hmm havn't noticed anything like that myself. Does it happen on all images?

Can't see how it can change color just because you save it so it's probably the browser or the viewer you use for images. What browser do you use?
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Old 2008-02-10, 03:35   Link #1150
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hmm havn't noticed anything like that myself. Does it happen on all images?
No, only from time to time. At the very least, I only take notice of this on ocasion.

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Can't see how it can change color just because you save it so it's probably the browser or the viewer you use for images. What browser do you use?
I get the feeling that I am about to answer my own question.......

I use Internet Explorer. >_< !
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Old 2008-02-10, 03:39   Link #1151
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Answers to both of those questions vary greatly depending on how many @$$h01es I have to deal with that day. Sometimes I enjoy it, but other times it is a pain in my booty.
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Old 2008-02-10, 03:42   Link #1152
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How many a-holes, on average, do you encounter each day?
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Old 2008-02-10, 08:16   Link #1153
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Daniel E. it's the browser. A more noticeable change occurred in the transition of Firefox to 2.x.x when gifs became slightly faster.
I'm also somehow guessing you're previewing them on your computer with Windows Image & Fax Viewer in which case try comparing with Ps instead.
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Old 2008-02-10, 13:32   Link #1154
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How many a-holes, on average, do you encounter each day?
More than a fair share... in fact, a lot more. Please no more follow up questions on this topic.
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Old 2008-02-10, 13:36   Link #1155
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I'm also somehow guessing you're previewing them on your computer with Windows Image & Fax Viewer in which case try comparing with Ps instead.
I sorta guessed it would be something on my side. >_< !

Thanks for the answer!
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Old 2008-02-11, 12:05   Link #1156
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Bathing at night leads to rheumatism. Washing your hair at night leads to migranes.

Myth or fact?
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Old 2008-02-11, 12:22   Link #1157
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Bathing at night leads to rheumatism. Washing your hair at night leads to migranes.

Myth or fact?

I'm going to say that that is a myth...I highly doubt washing your hair at night leads to migranes...I mean..maybe if you were illergic to something in what ever it is your washing it with could...but I doubt it.
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Old 2008-02-11, 15:36   Link #1158
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Bathing at night leads to rheumatism. Washing your hair at night leads to migranes.

Myth or fact?
Those acts alone wouldn't cause it. Possible explanations for why people think it's that way is because it tends to become colder at night. If you're wet or even damp, you're going to be losing more heat due to evaporative cooling than you would if you were dry. If your head gets too cold, you'll get a headache. If you constantly repeat the act of giving yourself headaches at night, you may give yourself self-induced headaches (forgot the exact term for it, but you basically believe so strongly that you'll feel sick, that you do or you perceive yourself to).

Rheumatism (I presume you mean something like arthritis) is a bit of a stretch, as I'm not sure that having your body be cold would induce that. If you became cold to the point of shivering and did that every night, it might be possible that the act of shivering over a long period of time could induce it. I'm not positive on that, though - just theorizing.

A lot of these concepts come from people not paying attention to the scientific aspects of what's going on. I heard some really great examples of these in a psychology class once, when we were asked to write down how we thought that people caught a cold, as described by our parents. Coming from a family of doctors I'd sort of expected that everyone knew this one, but the responses were pretty amazing. Some examples included getting your feet wet, touching someone else's mucus, leaving the window open at night... all sorts of things. All of those are observations of what can lead to a person coming down with a cold, but all of them simply facilitate the disease state - none of them are directly the cause. I'd imagine that's the case with the two examples you've listed, as well (that is, bathing itself doesn't do anything but frequently lowering your body temperature might, and bathing at night has the potential to do that).
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Old 2008-02-11, 19:24   Link #1159
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It is possible for twins to be born days or weeks apart, either naturally or if one twin has to be born early for medical reasons.
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Old 2008-02-11, 20:42   Link #1160
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Dun think so. I always shower and bathe at midnight and later and i've never been affected by it.
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