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It's not like I have a problem with it.

 

Also: i'm leaving this thread now, as should you, because really I don't feel like getting banned

 

Edit: With me having (not sure how many) posts, and you have 1700+, I know i'm the one that would get banned, because you contribute a lot to the boards. I know how that works!

thats not true,post count doesnt matter here if a member breaks the rules to the point of a ban its doesnt matter who you are,please bac kon topic i think Volt and Ax have locked enough topics this week already
:rofl: @ how blown out of proportion everything is becoming in here. Nobody is getting banned. I sincerely doubt there's even a cause to consider locking this thread. Its not that serious guys.

 

Keep the desktops comming! :mrgreen:

Have you seen all the locked posts in the last 3 days there has been?! :woot:

 

Ax might freak out :woot::mrgreen:

There was a real cause for locking those. It was gettin looney toons. I think its time to take this side discussion to PMs.
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ill say this for the last time, PCpitstop mods and admins here treat everyone fair,there are rules and if you break them dont be surprized if Ax or Volt shove thier foot up your #%^*! over it,they are nice people trying to do thier job here and all they ask for is a civil place.

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You can also do it this way...

 

[url=http://WWW.ADDRESS.COM/PICTUREFILE.jpg][img]http://WWW.ADDRESS.COM/THUMBNAIL PICTUREFILE.jpg[/img][/url]

Where WWW.ADDRESS.COM is the url of the two images, PICTUREFILE is the name of the full size image, and THUMBNAIL PICTUREFILE is the name of the smaller image (550x412 or smaller) that will display on the forum. It will look like so...

 

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And you might want to remind people to click the image as there is no indication that the image on the forum is a link.

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You can also do it this way...

 

[url=http://WWW.ADDRESS.COM/PICTUREFILE.jpg][img]http://WWW.ADDRESS.COM/THUMBNAIL PICTUREFILE.jpg[/img][/url]

Where WWW.ADDRESS.COM is the url of the two images, PICTUREFILE is the name of the full size image, and THUMBNAIL PICTUREFILE is the name of the smaller image (550x412 or smaller) that will display on the forum. It will look like so...

 

dt1tmb.jpg

And you might want to remind people to click the image as there is no indication that the image on the forum is a link.

Oh i didn't know that I'll try that :mrgreen:
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