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Having looked at the FAQs I am still none the wiser on how to
append a graphic to the profile signature like some of the fine examples in the forums.
I have something that is in Bitmap format that I would like to use
please could someone advise me if this is possible.
Fairly computer literate although there is a nut loose on the keyboard.
TIA and regards,
Mick

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Hi Mick,

Firstly you need to have the picture on the server.
Use the 'My Photo' at the top right of the forum to upload it.
Copy the code that you will be given at the end.
Please make sure that the image is less than 10,000 bytes for a signature image.

To add the image in your signature, click the Profile link on the top right of the forum, enter your details in the fields that show if they are not already in, click submit and then you will be taken into your profile.

In the signature box, paste the code into here and then click the save button.

If you have any problems or the image is greater than te 10,000 bytes send me the image by email and I will set it up for you. thumbsup.gif


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Hi Dave,
Many thanks for your kind help, I converted the file to JPEG which made it a more managable size and followed your instructions so it should appear.
Again thanks for your time which is appreciated,
Tight lines,
Mick

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I like it Mick,

Did they have braid and boilies wey back then? icon_smile_big.gif

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Wey Back

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No Dave I think groats and peppercorn were baits of the day thenicon_smile.gif
Where we fish now was actually sea then, after it receeded it formed salt marshes and over time the water freshened in Pevensey and Wallers Haven and many other land drains. There are some others just 100yards from our house that has produced good Tench & Pike over the years.
No doubt you will have done history on 1066 and all that, and quoting King Harold's last word's " What out for that bloke with the bow and arrow he'll have someones eye out in a minute"
Cheers,
Mick

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Mick,

It has been a while since I have seen that 1066 motif.

Having shown a few gullable American tourists around Battle Abbey and the grounds it brings back some happy memories.

I used to fish Wallers Haven, just off the A259 inland just round the first bend.

I also spent a lot of time on the Military Canal and Rivers Rother and Brede near Rye.

I hope to be going to the Battle area soon to see my mother, when I come down I will post on here and perhaps we could meet up for a couple of hours fishing.



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Geoff,
Thats a great idea, perhaps we could include a pint of Harvey's?

Hoping to fish Waller's Haven on Tuesday, had a couple of hours at Glynley Landfill (between Stone Cross & Hailsham) this morning two Tench 2-3lb and a visit from a Kingfisher which was great to watch.

Have a great season,
Cheers, Mick

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Harveys now that is a thought to make a mans mouth water. Not had a pint of that for about 8 years.

I spent many a happy hour in the Green Man, at ringmer, and the Bell at Burwash quaffing pints of muddy Lewes water.

I look forward to doing it again. beer-toast1.gif thumbsup.gif Geoff

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