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Old 10-31-2012, 10:26 AM   #11 (permalink)
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other forums i've been on only attach signatures the first time someone posts in an individual thread.

i love that. it reduces clutter and the size of lengthy threads.

can we possibly make that change here?
I usually post my signature when Im in the mood to do so...LOL..

Sometimes I feel like it wouldnt be appropriate in that particular thread since I have already commented so many times, they dont need to see my cute picture again...LOL

So... I just UN-CHECKMARK the BOX "show your signature" like i just did now :-)
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Might just as well see the sig than scroll through the empty spot it was in that is still left behind
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Might just as well see the sig than scroll through the empty spot it was in that is still left behind
Good point!! Very good point! And signatures are cute :-)
Like your dogs look beautiful- what are those colors? ( sorry I'm new, but working hard to learn a lot)
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it doesnt leave an empty spot, actually- its just gone. i love the siggy pictures too! don't get me wrong!

really though, after thinking about it, the threads on this forum don't get as long as some i am on so in this case it doesn't really matter much.

in other places though, when you have to scroll through as much siggy space as you do actual posts it can too long. no biggie here though!
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