Corky Linden

How to Add Your Signature!

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  1. Log into the Forums with your Second Life account.

  2. Click on “Account Setting”

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  1. Click “Signature”

  2. Add your wordage to the text box OR to add an image, click on “insert other media”.

(If you would like to view other Resident’s signatures, please click on the "View Signature" slide.)

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5. Add the direct link / URL to the URL box and click "Insert into post"

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(If your signature does not have a direct link / URL, you may add it to a free image hosting site to get one)

 

6. Once you have finished creating/downloading your signature, click on the “Save” button.

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Your Signature is now complete and should be visible!

Edited by Corky Linden
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@Corky Linden The ability to view others signatures is disabled by default.  Wouldn't enabled  by default be better?

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2 minutes ago, Tommy Linden said:

@Whirly Fizzle Unfortunately the ability to have it on by default is not an option, I already tried. :(

Ugh well, that's a bit silly.

Thanks for checking that @Tommy Linden

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A lot of merchants depend on forum traffic. Having signatures disabled by default is a bummer.

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I like signatures, and they don't need to be commercial, they can just be a creative expression. 

Way back on the old SL Exchange forum, we spent a lot of time on our signatures and asked for feedback, etc. When we migrated to the LL Fourms we insisted on keeping them. 

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I'm sure Invision Power will fix this in the next update if it is requested enough.

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I would like to mention that I am not seeing signatures on mobile browsers, even when I have signatures enabled, and the signature options aren't available in mobile browsers either.

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I have been able to figure out how to fix this @Tommy Linden. I will message you the fix as it has something to do with the group and profile menus in ACP.

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Nope.  I don't know and am so frustrated.  This is *SO* user unfriendly what LL has done.

How in the heck do I make my picture a link?  My HTML is correct, but it's just posting code, not actually making the code functional. ¬¬

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Okay, I FINALLY figured it out!!!  OMG, that sucked, LOL.  Don't know why regular HTML wouldn't actually function, but for those of you as frustrated as me... This is how I added a picture-link to my signature:

1) Basic steps that have been covered: Top-right corner>Your Name>Account Settings>Signature (on bottom-left corner)

2) Upload a photo that's 500x125

3) Click the "+" on the newly uploaded photo, so photo gets placed into signature edit box

4) Double click the picture in the signature edit box

5) New window comes up where you can put in a link, image title, and even align this picture

6) Click update

7) Take a deep breath, it's all over and you succeeded LOL!

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