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    Just a quick word about signatures. I don't have a problem with you providing a link to your personal website in your signature, but I'd prefer, if you have your own message board, that you not post a direct link to the message board.

    One thing the carvers have started doing is posting a link to their gallery in their signature. If you click on Scroller Galleries in the left column, you can set up your own gallery and upload as many photos as you want. I'd suggest adding a link to your scroller gallery in your signature as well.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact me or one of the moderators.

    Best regards,
    Bob Duncan
    Technical Editor
    www.GrobetUSA.com

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    Here is an easy way to create a click able signature line.

    1. Open one tab into your gallery and copy the address (CTRL+C for windows)
    2. In the other tab, open your "user CP" and go to edit signature (There is a box that looks like a reply on the board where you do the editing)
    3. Type in what you want to call the link IE:Bobs Delicatessen
    4. Highlight what you just typed
    5. Click the link button (the world with the chain) and paste the address (CTRL+V) you copied in step one.
    Be sure and remove the "http:// that will be defaulted in the window pane" When the window opens simply hit your backspace key.
    6. Save changes

    Hope you find this helpful!

    Mike aka wood-n-things
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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