I have to agree, Zenn, that signature is a bit excessive, and the animation is definitely not something we'd like to see. Take a look at the sigs Tyche and Conner both have, both of those are about as far as we'd like to see things get.
It's not the size in kb that bugs me. It's the size in pixels and the ostentatiousness of it. A sig isn't really meant to be a walking, blaring neon sign, if you know what I mean. :smile: Just think what it would look like if everybody had a sig like that… :surprised:
I've taken the liberty of reorganizing that sig a bit, but that USF graphic is just too large, see if you can reduce it in size or something. And the animated red alert is annoying. If you have a still shot of it that would be fine.
I don't understand the need to have the images in the sig, mine serves it's purpose. Samson's obviously does too. >.>
Actually, I'd added the images about the time MudBytes first opened because Samson had made changes to QSFP that allowed them to be there and I was helping test stuff, but I kind of like them being there so they've stayed.. besides, it keeps my sig pretty distinctive. :wink:
Well, I did try to make the images small sitting right next to the other..
But it didn't work :(
How'd you do it, conner? :P
Well, I started with resized images that roughly fit together there and then played with it in the signature editor for hours to get it as close to looking right as I could. :lol:
Just think what it would look like if everybody had a sig like that… :surprised:
I would have an epileptic seizure. Not to mention, I'd stop reading the forums.
*snicker* That's almost enough incentive to go find a nice flashing animated image or two to add to my sig for a day just to see if you'd really have a seizure. :wink: