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Thread: Signature length

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    Default Signature length

    Does every one have the same limitation on signature length? I find it useful to list the oS version and hardware details in the sig but the current restriction on the number of characters makes it very difficult to fit it all in if you have more than one piece of hardware.

    I noticed that some people's signatures seem to have a lot more characters than what I'm able to get although I haven't counted - just visibly looks like they have a bigger allowance.

    Anyway would it be possible to increase the number of characters permitted in a sig sightly to give us a little more flexibility with our signatures?
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    Default Re: Signature length

    Use NNTP and you can spam us with unnecessary GPG attachments where your post is 1 line and gpg/sig is 40.

    Just because "they're special".

  3. #3
    palladium NNTP User

    Default Re: Signature length

    really? how do i do that? (because i *am* special) let me try:

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    Last edited by malcolmlewis; 09-Jan-2010 at 09:05.

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    Default Re: Signature length

    Peace out people

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    palladium NNTP User

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    > Just because "they're special".

    not nearly special enough...because i tried it and some filter
    somewhere sent it to malcolmlewis who had to manually snip away
    exactly 40 lines..

    sorry malcolm..
    happy Chrysantine?

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