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Old 12-20-2018, 08:32 PM
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Can't Upload Picture for my Signature

Is it possible for a moderator to give me permissions to upload pics for my signature? There are two permissions that say "NO" next to them in my User CP.

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Old 12-20-2018, 10:12 PM
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Use an image hosing site (ex: photobucket), upload there, get the direct link and then insert the link between [img]_____[/.img] (remove the period there) and you should be good to go.
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Old 12-20-2018, 11:01 PM
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Originally Posted by ChrisMan287 View Post
Use an image hosing site (ex: photobucket), upload there, get the direct link and then insert the link between [img]_____[/.img] (remove the period there) and you should be good to go.
You do realize that PB sucks now, right? You have to pay to store and share photos. The free version is so bad and full of ads, pop-ups, you'd swear your computer is infected.
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Originally Posted by Ed Hanson View Post
Is it possible for a moderator to give me permissions to upload pics for my signature? There are two permissions that say "NO" next to them in my User CP.

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Which two permissions are you referring to? Are you sure you didn't exceed the file size limit? That's what usually gets most members.
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Old 12-21-2018, 04:54 AM
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Which two permissions are you referring to? Are you sure you didn't exceed the file size limit? That's what usually gets most members.
I've never had a pic in my sig from the beginning. Can't even add because permissions won't allow it. I know about resizing and all that, but can't get to that point until permissions are changed.
Signature Permissions
Allow Basic BB Code Yes
Allow Color BB Code Yes
Allow Size BB Code Yes
Allow Font BB Code Yes
Allow Alignment BB Code Yes
Allow List BB Code Yes
Allow Link BB Code Yes
Allow HTML No
Allow Image BB Code Yes
Allow Code BB Code Yes
Allow PHP BB Code Yes
Allow HTML BB Code No
Allow Quote BB Code Yes
Allow Smilies Yes
Can Upload Images for Signature No
Can Upload Animated GIF for Signature No
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Yes, you can if you do what I said in my previous post.

You and I both have the same signature "permissions".....
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