Sig resizing

Discussion in 'Suggestions & Questions' started by Tumbas, Jan 2, 2015.

  1. My current sig looks horrible because it is being resized, even when it is smaller than most normal signatures.

    I was wondering if there was anyway to cap what size sigs should be resized?
     
  2. [​IMG]
    Try replacing your pic to this pic and see if it changes. ^
     
  3. Am now using your one and as you can see it looks horrible, this was nearly the same size as the vanilla pic
     
  4. I'll adjust the resizing a little later today, set to 300px max width right now.
     
  5. thanks bae
     
  6. Changed from 300px max-width to 350px max-height.
     
  7. Much better cheers
     
  8. Off topic but those tweets are pretty bad ass. Better than mine at least.
     
  9. Instead of having them all being resized into one mold why don't we just have them be the size that they originally are with like the max size limit set at 500x250? The current setting seems unnecessarily large imo.
     
  10. That's what it is now... except it's 350x whatever the width is, although by the looks of it the width limit was removed. If people don't like sigs they can always turn off seeing them
     
  11. Width has no limit, I might have to change that.
    I do recommend disabling signatures though, it's a much better experience.
     
  12. Just drew out 300h x 500w on Gyazo and it looked a good size
     
  13. This seems to work okay.
     
  14. Shrink the width by about 50 and increase the height by about 35, if you look at my sig gif it looks weird, not the right aspect ratio sorta thing
     
  15. I haven't set width to px, just scaling it down with the height.

    Code:
    .message .signature {
    max-height: 300px;
    overflow-x: hidden !important;
    overflow-y: hidden !important;
    }
     
  16. Hmm, it looks weird. Try a width of like, 500?
     
  17. Every other signature looks okay though. I'll try some other stuff when I'm not on a Chromebook, loading templates takes too long.
     
    • Like Like x 1