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WebRam
20-06-2001, 11:16 PM
For your info, I have uploaded some avatars.

you can access them by going to your "USERCP" button

I will get some more up soon

wellcold
14-12-2001, 12:46 AM
i have a gif image of 17kb that i have been trying to send to the forum without sucess.
my other problem is with my status discription as an apprentice engineer is wrong but i seem unable to change it.
attaching files to posts seems a wast of time because they do not appear.
for example i have attached a fun picture with this reply post but i bet i will not be able to acess it when its posted to the forum.
tips welcome:)

WebRam
14-12-2001, 12:57 AM
Hi wellcold,
Avatars must be no bigger than 100 x 100 pixels in size and 20000 bytes big (19kb)

File attachments have been turned of until I move this forum to a faster server running PHP4 (next couple of months)

Your description under your name is set by how many posts you have.

The more you post the your description will change. you can find this info here

http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/chat/showthread.php?threadid=83

wellcold
14-12-2001, 04:37 AM
Forum suggestions webram
Hi wellcold,
Webram answer:
Avatars must be no bigger than 100 x 100 pixels in size and 20000 bytes big (19kb)
Wellcold reply:
My hi wave gif is 17kb donít know the pixels. Itís a little animation gif.
I have seen some on the forum for example the Guinness drink.
Webram:
File attachments have been turned of until I move this forum to a faster server running PHP4 (next couple of months)
Wellcold:
No worries its nice to know the facility will be there in the future (Rome was not built in a day)

Webram:

Your description under your name is set by how many posts you have.

The more you post the your description will change. There are set change overs like 40, 80, 100 etc
Wellcold:
I am described as an apprentice engineer at under 17 postings so far.
How many postings to you have to have to be described as a consultant refrigeration and air conditioning engineer, not that I am one? Although I do consult with about 1500 customers a year and more often then not affect repairs.
























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