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    The Doc of...not MUSH! (*boooooo*) Dr. Mushroom's Avatar
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    Avatar GIF

    Not too sure why, but the gif isn't working in my avatar. This is my second try with a different gif. Don't think it's my browser...perhaps I'm just putting in the url wrong. I really don't know.
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    Re: Avatar GIF

    Chances are your original image is too large, so the forum automatically resized it to fit 150x200 pixels. This automatic resizing seems to break the animation, so you'll have to manually adjust the image size to fit those constraints elsewhere.

    Some sites let you adjust an image's size as you upload them, so you could try one of those and see if it'll work. Or you could use a program on your computer, but in my experience manually editing gifs is always pretty clunky.

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    Re: Avatar GIF

    what does the image size have to be then?
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    Re: Avatar GIF

    150 wide by 250 tall is the limit. It should say on your "Edit Avatar" section. Although I would prefer 150x150.
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