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Post by Tim Kline » Wed Feb 03, 2016 1:14 pm

How do you add info to your signature block, it tells me I have a limit of 260 characters. I know a lot of people have more than that. Thank's
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Re: Signature block

Post by zepher11 » Wed Feb 03, 2016 9:37 pm

Tim Kline wrote:How do you add info to your signature block, it tells me I have a limit of 260 characters. I know a lot of people have more than that. Thank's
I have noticed that the older signature blocks are like "grandfathered" due to age. I tried to change mine and it will not allow certain sizes and character counts any longer, so I elected not to accept the changes and leave as is. It appears one can't post larger pictures and fonts/color any longer like was once allowed.

I have seen others that used to have large signature blocks that changed something in their block and saved it. They have now lost their ability to have what they used to have. Kinda odd, but there it is...
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Re: Signature block

Post by artificer » Wed Feb 03, 2016 9:43 pm

Same thing I went to update 2015 to 2016 & eventually gave up.
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