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Voodoo    487

1] Upload the image to imgur.com

2] Go to edit profile on the top right drop down bar from your name

3] On the left you will see change signature

4] Click this and you will be shown a text box to add the signature you want

Does this help?

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Shark    0

Best bet, upload the picture to Imgur. Then added it into your signature via the user control panel.

[img=image-url.jpeg]

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Upload here: http://imgur.com/

Click the top down arrow next to your profile name at the top

Hit Change Signature

Click the add image icon

Put in the link to the imgur link.

edit: dammit shark im trying to get ch pls

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I was thinking something with the PICTURE, just not sure how to get the URL on a picture i have on my desktop, but ill try imgur

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Voodoo    487

Imgur is easy to use.

Once you have uploaded the picture to it just copy the link you are given, it looks like this:

6679edf7bc.png

Then just paste it in with the code mentioned above.

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Shark    0

Add .jpg at the end of your current link. Currently appears broken the way you have it. :D

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Glitch    15

I was thinking something with the PICTURE, just not sure how to get the URL on a picture i have on my desktop, but ill try imgur

 Yeah just go to Imgur, press uploaded pictures and then press browse computer and then you should be able to find the picture that's on your desktop and upload it and then use one of the URLs Imgur gives you.

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