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Post #321  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:16 am 
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John wrote:
Also, I'm a bit upset at how small my jigger looks in comparison to other people's avatars.Can he be enlarged?

Hi

That one is hard to change - the reason being, it is an animated gif - Standard jpegs and gifs are easy to resize, but animated gifs are not. Each frame within would need resizing - I imagine there is a tool that can do it but none comes to mind at the mo ..

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Also, I'm a bit upset at how small my jigger looks in comparison to other people's avatars.Can he be enlarged?

don't be insecure, it's not abt the size (not always)...


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As a point of interest, I have made it so the forum will now create thumbnails of images if people upload large pics.

So, if you see an image that has been uploaded, hold the mouse over the image, if the mouse cursor shows that it is a link, click the picture to view a large version of the uploaded image. Images that are larger than 70 kb will also be thumbnailed, even though they might not be larger in size.


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Post #325  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:21 am 
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Just thought I’d reveal the Alex James shorts and Cliff Bastin boots!


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Post #326  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:24 am 
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Just thought I’d reveal the Alex James shorts and Cliff Bastin boots!

who's alan?


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Thats the replacement one as I'm not able to put in the old one... the shoreditch underground sign. :confused4:

Fixed :icon_blackeye:

Good on ya.... another modern day miracle!

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Post #328  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:27 am 
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More spuds quotes,



We are in a false position in the league.
Arron Lennon. Prior to Saturday 2-0 loss at Chelsea.

I am very pleased to be here at Tottenham.
Let's face it ,with my talent I am very pleased to be anywhere.
American GK Kasey Keller on signing for spuds.

Until I come here i thought that spuds were what yer ate with yer beef and gravy.
Robbie Keane.

Any fool can support Tottenham, and many do.
George Bernard Shaw.


If Arsenal had not scored 3 goals we would have won 1-0 .
Martin Jol.

Paul Robinson is not entirely worthless .
He can serve as a bad example of a goal keeper.
David James


If I had to choose between sex and watching Tottenham I would choose sex.
David Pleat

Optimist is just another word for a Tottenham supporter.
Allan Sugar.

I have always wanted to manage a big club.
And one day I will .
Juane Ramos . On joining THFC .

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Post #329  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:28 am 
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Nice outfit Mee... and is that a prefab I see in the background?

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Post #330  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:31 am 
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John wrote:
Also, I'm a bit upset at how small my jigger looks in comparison to other people's avatars.Can he be enlarged?


You can, you have to resize it in Photoshop. That's quite easy, but your original is already a bit hazy (low resolution) which means you'll have to try to sharpen the image artificially. This means you have to work in layers and resharpen each layer in Photoshop and reanimate it as a Compuserve GIF (save for web).

To save your time for now...I've done it to your image and attaching it now below. If it seems OK, right click-copy it. Paste it on your PC somewhere and go through the user control panel-profile-edit avatar-browse to this new enlarged image you saved-submit....business.

Attachment below..


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Post #331  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:34 am 
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jamelikat wrote:
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Ahem, :help: if you have a quiet moment mine needs fixing too!

>>>>>.

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[>>>>>> :mr100_IsBruceLeeX: But how do I change the size to get it to 120 wide and 150 high pixels max? :help:


Don't know if you solved this. If not....

1. Make sure that image is actually saved on your PC somewhere, not just an image active at the time on some website. Make a copy of your image file (right click on the file-copy-paste somewhere nearby) and work on the copy.
- Rt click on the image file again-Properties- now check that the size is what you want pixels wise. If not, go back to Step 6.[/quote]
As an alternative... ask Rog, he can fix it real quick! :emoticon_mClapp:

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Post #332  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:41 am 
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John wrote:
Also, I'm a bit upset at how small my jigger looks in comparison to other people's avatars.Can he be enlarged?

John - Leave it with me - I have an idea

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Post #333  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:47 am 
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jamelikat wrote:
To save your time for now...I've done it to your image and attaching it now below. Attachment below..

Thanks Jamelikat for going to all that trouble. But he looks a bit scarey in that form, think I may leave him as is.


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John - Leave it with me - I have an idea

Rog ..

Thanks Rog.


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John wrote:
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John - Leave it with me - I have an idea

Rog ..

Thanks Rog.

Is that ok or do you want him on a white background ?
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or like this :
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I have him on white background now - lemme know if you want him changed ..


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testing
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Nice outfit Mee... and is that a prefab I see in the background?


Yes it is a prefab! We lived in one on Streatham Common after the war, this pic was taken in about 1954, a few years before Spurs started thinking about the double, but I’m already worried about them. I also seem to have revealed my name as well, so it’s Alan Mee?


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So, does anyone want to know how stupid I am?

I locked myself out of my own apartment today. That's how stupid I am. Mondays...


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I also seem to have revealed my name as well, so it’s Alan Mee?

Alan Mee, is that you, it's Me, how do you do :icon_cheesygrin:

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jamelikat wrote:
You can, you have to resize it in Photoshop. That's quite easy, but your original is already a bit hazy


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For those that don't have Photoshop but still want to fool with avatars and other images, have a look at this free, live online tool:

www.gifworks.com

I just did Johns with it -But I did cheat by re obtaining a cleaner copy of the original :icon_biggrin:


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Mee wrote:
Yes it is a prefab! We lived in one on Streatham Common after the war, this pic was taken in about 1954, a few years before Spurs started thinking about the double, but I’m already worried about them. I also seem to have revealed my name as well, so it’s Alan Mee?


We moved to Streatham around 1970. Went to Granton Road Primary. Ah, memories.


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Is that ok or do you want him on a white background

That's fine Rog, thanks again.


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Just testing too.... and trying to avoid dwelling on Saturday. I wonder who the 'less than 6,000 characters' was aimed at...

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Wow! A bit different to the usual vote of confidence this.http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/default.stm


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richie wrote:
Just wanted to check that using smillies will not compromise any security issues. It's just that I heard a while back that they could unknowingly cause a viral attack. Do not want to sound arlarmist, just wondering - thanks.

Hi

That's an urban legend - Smiles are totally safe. They are merely Gifs or animated Gifs stored locally on the same server that houses all other pics.


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John wrote:
Wow! A bit different to the usual vote of confidence this.http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/default.stm

The owners have put their spin on it by saying in case Benitez was thinking of quitting. Sounds like the Martin Jol saga all over again though maybe not as bad.


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John wrote:
Wow! A bit different to the usual vote of confidence this.http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/default.stm

I think this means that Rafa is off in the summer. Unless something unexpected happens, like Liverpool winning the Champions League.


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warrior wrote:
richie wrote:
Just wanted to check that using smillies will not compromise any security issues. It's just that I heard a while back that they could unknowingly cause a viral attack. Do not want to sound arlarmist, just wondering - thanks.

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That's an urban legend - Smiles are totally safe. They are merely Gifs or animated Gifs stored locally on the same server that houses all other pics.


Thanks Rog. I will smillie away with gay abandon! :happy7: :happy3: :emoticon_mClapp: :tongue7:


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richie wrote:
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The owners have put their spin on it by saying in case Benitez was thinking of quitting. Sounds like the Martin Jol saga all over again though maybe not as bad.



Really can't see him lasting - once out of Europe the Axe will fall is my bet


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richie wrote:
John wrote:
Wow! A bit different to the usual vote of confidence this.http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/default.stm

The owners have put their spin on it by saying in case Benitez was thinking of quitting. Sounds like the Martin Jol saga all over again though maybe not as bad.


Richmeister, that colour blue hard to read...

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richie wrote:
John wrote:
Wow! A bit different to the usual vote of confidence this.http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/default.stm

The owners have put their spin on it by saying in case Benitez was thinking of quitting. Sounds like the Martin Jol saga all over again though maybe not as bad.


Richmeister, that colour blue hard to read...

It is a bit bright isn't it. Took me by surprise. All these lovely colours will stand out nicely in the work place!


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John wrote:
The owners have put their spin on it by saying in case Benitez was thinking of quitting. Sounds like the Martin Jol saga all over again though maybe not as bad.



Really can't see him lasting - once out of Europe the Axe will fall is my bet


He'll be gone soon no mistake.

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For those hwo think we have problems today :icon_cry1: :icon_cry1: :icon_cry1:

Take a look

1982/83

Sat 28 Aug Stoke City A League L 1-2
Tue 31 Aug Norwich City H League D 1-1
Sat 04 Sep Liverpool H League L 0-2
Tue 07 Sep Brighton & Hove Albion A League L 0-1
Sat 11 Sep Coventry City A League W 2-0
Sat 18 Sep Notts. County H League W 2-0
Sat 25 Sep Manchester United A League D 0-0
Sat 02 Oct West Ham United H League L 2-3
Tue 05 Oct Cardiff City H League Cup W 2-1
Sat 09 Oct Ipswich Town A League W 1-0
Sat 16 Oct West Bromwich Albion H League W 2-0
Sat 23 Oct Nottingham Forest A League L 0-3
Tue 26 Oct Cardiff City A League Cup W 3-1 Arsenal won 5-2 on aggregate
Sat 30 Oct Birmingham City H League D 0-0
Sat 06 Nov Luton Town A League D 2-2
Tue 09 Nov Everton A League Cup D 1-1
Sat 13 Nov Everton H League D 1-1
Sat 20 Nov Swansea City A League W 2-1
Tue 23 Nov Everton H League Cup W 3-0
Sat 27 Nov Watford H League L 2-4
Tue 30 Nov Huddersfield Town H League Cup W 1-0
Sat 04 Dec Manchester City A League L 1-2
Tue 07 Dec Aston Villa H League W 2-1
Sat 18 Dec Sunderland A League L 0-3
Mon 27 Dec Tottenham Hotspur H League W 2-0
Tue 28 Dec Southampton A League D 2-2
Sat 01 Jan Swansea City H League W 2-1
Mon 03 Jan Liverpool A League L 1-3
Sat 08 Jan Bolton Wanderers H F.A. Cup W 2-1
Sat 15 Jan Stoke City H League W 3-0
Tue 18 Jan Sheffield Wednesday H League Cup W 1-0
Sat 22 Jan Notts. County A League L 0-1
Sat 29 Jan Leeds United H F.A. Cup D 1-1
Wed 02 Feb Leeds United A F.A. Cup D 1-1 after extra time, 90 minutes
Sat 05 Feb Brighton & Hove Albion H League W 3-1
Wed 09 Feb Leeds United H F.A. Cup W 2-1
Tue 15 Feb Manchester United H League Cup L 2-4
Sat 19 Feb Middlesbrough A F.A. Cup D 1-1
Tue 22 Feb Manchester United A League Cup L 1-2 Manchester United won 6-3 on aggregate

Sat 26 Feb West Bromwich Albion A League D 0-0
Mon 28 Feb Middlesbrough H F.A. Cup W 3-2
Sat 05 Mar Nottingham Forest H League D 0-0
Sat 12 Mar Aston Villa H F.A. Cup W 2-0
Tue 15 Mar Birmingham City A League L 1-2
Sat 19 Mar Luton Town H League W 4-1
Tue 22 Mar Ipswich Town H League D 2-2
Sat 26 Mar Everton A League W 3-2
Sat 02 Apr Southampton H League D 0-0
Mon 04 Apr Tottenham Hotspur A League L 0-5
Sat 09 Apr Coventry City H League W 2-1
Sat 16 Apr Manchester United N F.A. Cup L 1-2 played at Villa Park
Wed 20 Apr Norwich City A League L 1-3
Sat 23 Apr Manchester City H League W 3-0
Sat 30 Apr Watford A League L 1-2
Mon 02 May Manchester United H League W 3-0
Sat 07 May Sunderland H League L 0-1
Tue 10 May West Ham United A League W 3-1
Sat 14 May Aston Villa A League L 1-2

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It's all gone small in here!

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Nice job Rog.

Can you add a few more smilies though? :icon_bounce:

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Nice job Rog.

Can you add a few more smilies though? :icon_bounce:

Who's this Niall bloke then. Any relation to NJM?

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richie wrote:
Mee wrote:
Yes it is a prefab! We lived in one on Streatham Common after the war, this pic was taken in about 1954, a few years before Spurs started thinking about the double, but I’m already worried about them. I also seem to have revealed my name as well, so it’s Alan Mee?


We moved to Streatham around 1970. Went to Granton Road Primary. Ah, memories.


Richie - I went to a school called Sunnyhill in Valley Road. It was one of those high windowed, gothic style schools built in the late 1800s. We played our school football matches on Mitcham Common on saturday mornings because the school didn’t have a playing field. The school staff were composed of shell-shocked ex serviceman with the jitters, Goodbye Mr Chips oldsters with cotton-wool hair and hard-up students with frayed cuffs. It wasn’t a happy time and of course at this time the cane and the slipper were always close to hand or behind.


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Nice job Rog.

Can you add a few more smilies though? :icon_bounce:

Who's this Niall bloke then. Any relation to NJM?


:icon_scratch: NJM?

Anyway, DHD, how did Senderos play on Saturday? :icon_cheesygrin:

Also, have to register my disgust at the inclusion of an American smilie and there being no Irish representative. I trust this will be addressed and go straight to the top of Rog's 3000 strong list of requests as priority numero uno.

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Niall wrote:
Also, have to register my disgust at the inclusion of an American smilie and there being no Irish representative. I trust this will be addressed and go straight to the top of Rog's 3000 strong list of requests as priority numero uno.


Just use this one, and put it inside those Img-tags, and you won't need a smiley. It'll look lite this:

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Me myself prefer this one:

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Also, have to register my disgust at the inclusion of an American smilie and there being no Irish representative. I trust this will be addressed and go straight to the top of Rog's 3000 strong list of requests as priority numero uno.


Just use this one, and put it inside those Img-tags, and you won't need a smiley. It'll look lite this:

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I'll have to view that later dude. Blocked.

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