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    (Help) Knowledge on how to modify desired pictures/gif animations for Signature?

    Sorry if this is an a duplicate or misplaced thread but i'm wondering on how or what program/site to custimize and edit wallpapers(Signatures you guys have) and put key words or quotes like "jd55513" . and im wondering if anyone could help or suggest sites/tuturials for me greatly appreciated and thanks.


    heres one image i'd like to use:
    http://www.google.com/imgres?um=1&hl...9,r:7,s:0,i:98


    and another.
    http://www.google.com/imgres?um=1&hl...9,r:7,s:0,i:98
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    LadyGahan2010's Avatar Senior Member
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    I don't know about sites but I think you can search google 'make my own signature' or something similar.
    As far as programs: Gimp is free, otherwise rater expensive Photoshop. You can also find tutorials using the google awesomesauce.
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    Originally Posted by LadyGahan2010 Go to original post
    I don't know about sites but I think you can search google 'make my own signature' or something similar.
    As far as programs: Gimp is free, otherwise rater expensive Photoshop. You can also find tutorials using the google awesomesauce.
    Ive been on coutntless sites looking for signatures generaters and on gif sites and almost made one but keep geting an error "Start time cannot equal End time" when the sinc isnt even equal to begin with the gif was like 6 secs
    and i might just use photoshop for the pic sign.
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    Kit572's Avatar Senior Member
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    We'll if you are going to use photoshop then I suggest trying Gimp first.

    Its like photoshop but more for beginners. And it is free..
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    Originally Posted by Kit572 Go to original post
    We'll if you are going to use photoshop then I suggest trying Gimp first.

    Its like photoshop but more for beginners. And it is free..
    User friendly too.
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    Agreed.
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