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New sig, just because... well, it's obvious.

Assistant Professor

Re: New sig, just because... well, it's obvious.

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* Disclaimer: I am a HughesNet customer and not a HughesNet employee. All of my comments are my own and do not necessarily represent HughesNet in any way.
Distinguished Professor IV

Re: New sig, just because... well, it's obvious.


@MarkJFine wrote: 
That was part of what I was looking for as well. There are no such options when editing the sig like you do for the body of a post.

You can.  I'll post how I have mine, showing how I reduced the font.  

 

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Edit:  I'm not quite sure why that initial <br> is there.  I think it's left over from something I was trying.  I just deleted it.  I hope it doesn't mess up my sig.  LOL.  

 

Edit 2:  Now I know why it's there.  It creates the space between a reply and the sig.  I'm putting it back.  


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Assistant Professor

Re: New sig, just because... well, it's obvious.


@GabeU wrote:

You can.  I'll post how I have mine, showing how I reduced the font. 

As you did that I did a Cmd-U to look at the code where Lithium inserts the sig line. Sure enough, I saw the hard-coded break, font, bold and italics html and immediately face-palmed. As you can tell, the sig is now as it should be.

 

Nice that Lithium dynamically adds it so each change is immediately updated for every post you've ever included a sig. I'm used to the old days where a sig was textually part of the post and never changed.


* Disclaimer: I am a HughesNet customer and not a HughesNet employee. All of my comments are my own and do not necessarily represent HughesNet in any way.
Associate Professor

Re: New sig, just because... well, it's obvious.


@MarkJFine wrote:
Nice that Lithium dynamically adds it so each change is immediately updated for every post you've ever included a sig. I'm used to the old days where a sig was textually part of the post and never changed.

It hasn't been that way for a LONG, LONG time....  At least 10+ (more like 15) years for most communities