Signatures on C Board

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    Question Signatures on C Board

    This might sound extremely stupid, but I haven't worked out how to get signatures here on C Board. (That text that comes up at the bottom of each of your posts) How can I set a signature for me?

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    I think you need more posts before you get that privilege.

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    Australian's don't get signatures.

    But seriously, you need to make at least 10 posts or something to be able to set your signature. And don't spam to get posts

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    Ok thx. I dont spam! lol!
    Last edited by starcatcher; 02-01-2008 at 04:34 PM. Reason: Didnt see previous post

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    > Australian's don't get signatures.

    Especially those in Victoria. Go Port!
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    When I do have enough posts though, will I be able to find it under Edit Options in User CP or what?

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    User CP -> Edit Signature.
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    Ok thank you, I will check there once I've written more...

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    I think it might be 100 posts. I wasn't paying attention though.
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    Exclamation The answer

    I am very glad that it isn't 100!
    It is in fact:
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    Which explains why I have a signature now...
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    Oh no you have a sig!

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