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    Red face Increasing Avatar Size

    Can the avatar size be increased?

    When Post_bit Legacy is used, it allows a bit more room then the standard post_bit (look at the dead space to the right of the current avatars). As the post_bit is narrow, the smaller size fits better...but using legacy means there is that dead space.

    And in a quality post, there is even plenty of room for it be increased slightly for the height of it as well...but thats a bit harder to justify

    *shrug*
    Q
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    In my opinion 80*80 is just fine, it's that size on almost all forums which makes it easier when you have to pay a graphic designer for the avatar he made
    |Nico Lawsons

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    In my opinion 80*80 is just fine, it's that size on almost all forums which makes it easier when you have to pay a graphic designer for the avatar he made

    yeah, but if it's 90*90, that 80*80 will still fit!

    *shrug*

    It's just a suggestion I like things bigger & better... and as I don't advertise on my avatar, it makes the lovely images of me easier to see
    My Homesteading blog is not worth reading
    My Magick site is not worth it's server space
    My Occult forum is likely something you'd not have an interest in
    My wife's Hedgewitch site is worth checking out though...

  4. #4
    I think it looks fine as is

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    Current one size is perfect. If size increasing then it looks little bit messy IMO.

    DON.

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