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Editing Question

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I was around a little while here, but dropped away and kind of forgot to come back.

But, i remember liking this forum, so i'm back.

I'd like to edit my "What's in the bag" but i can't figure out how to edit sig line.  I've updated my profile, but would like to change the sig line because i do have different gear.

Thanks in advance.

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Go to "Edit Community Profile" and scroll down near the bottom to the "Edit Signature" section.

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Thanks.  I found it.  I just didn't scroll down far enough.

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How do I add something between my username and the Supporter logo? Like ProfessorGAC says "old but straight" how do I do that?

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Top right of the page you'll see your screen name in a little white box along with Messages, Subscriptions and some Facebook crap. Click on your user name. This will take you into your profile. Top right of your profile there's a button labeled "Edit Community Profile", click on that. This will bring up a bunch of fields, one of which is "Custom User Title." Input whatever you want there. Except No Talent Assclown. Because I own that.

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So you must be "Michael Bolton"? LOL. I like that movie.

For some reason the custom user title is not there. I checked the whole page. Maybe I don't have access yet.

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Originally Posted by SCfanatic35

For some reason the custom user title is not there. I checked the whole page. Maybe I don't have access yet.

I think you have to become an Established Member before that happens. 25 posts, 30 days of membership. It's just a waiting game.

I will follow up with this one though because I should add it to Supporter privileges.

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No worries, I can wait. It's probably a good thing to make people wait so you don't have morons getting access to stuff.  I will be here for a long time to come.

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