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Actually all you have to do is add the appropriate tags to your signature yourself and PM won't do it automatically for you. They look like

<div class="pmsig"><div class="pmsig-USERID"> </div></div>

Note: Its important that the two are not seperated with whitespace and contain no excess whitespace (ie are _exactly_ as above, with the user id substituted in) and that the user id (home node id) is correct. The match is NOT done with a regex for speed reasons

The outer allows user to turn off ALL signatures, the inner allows users to disable specific annoying signatures. So this entire thread is a waste of time. Princepawn could have easily disabled Podmasters sig, which frankly was one of the sigs people had in mind when this functionality and the tags were added. Personally i find the "retardo" mildly irritating, but have much less of a problem with it than I do with its horrible size and colouring.

Oh, as a last comment when I patched the original patch for adding this behaviour it added a comment to the html telling you how to do this yourself. The gods thought it was unnecessary and removed it.


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In reply to Re: Re^2: [CSS] Re: Let's discuss Podmaster's Signature by demerphq
in thread Let's discuss Podmaster's Signature by princepawn

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