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MaDDoG1221

Matty

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#21 15 years ago

whats the program you made it with and where to get from?




DCLXVI

Jose Cuervo: Obey your thirst.

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#22 15 years ago

Not a program, just text and code.




CorT Advanced Member

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#23 15 years ago

[insert link to basic text editor you have to pay me 50 dolars for]

thats where you can get the program to make these 1337 sigz0rz!




MaDDoG1221

Matty

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#24 15 years ago

lol i aint giving you any of my money...its staying in my pocket....for food :D




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#25 15 years ago

You guys are of topic, but none the less, the Sig is extremely hard to read.




Sneaky_Master

I follow teh Moo!

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#26 15 years ago
=Ghost=You guys are of topic, but none the less, the Sig is extremely hard to read.

I can agree with "hard", but "extremely"? Nah, not more than hard :yawn:




CorT Advanced Member

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#27 15 years ago

we weren't off topic, we were disscussing what you use to make them :o




El Dragon

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#28 15 years ago

well cort I'll include a couple of them the first is the one that I use in my sig (original size is 778 bytes) or in the old days a 2 1/2 minute download. the second is a larger dragon (2.9 kb) and then a nice oriental head (1.5 kb) these all are 'new school' ascii art. in the modern age folks are too lazy to really work at ascii art. I've got a lovely cartoon style dragon from years back but it's 17.2kb and the max for a text file is 10.2.... who determines these size specifications???? I also have an interesting collection of 'pin up art' from when ascii was the only way to send images. Some of these files took over an hour to download. I also have a collection, somewhere, of ascii art 'fonts' for creative use. (but a word of note gang, our forums tend to remove surplus spaces (which is why I've got the '.'s in my sig as place holders so if I find them you may have to tweek them, also a typical ascii letter is about 20-30 characters in size so you won't be able to use too many in a sig.