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Old 20th February 2014, 02:32 PM   #1
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Default Newbie to site DIYer for 30 years

Good to find people with the same affliction as me!

I have been building speakers for 30 years, played drums in bands for 20 years and owned a recording studio at one time.

My current music playback system includes a Parasound HCA-1500A bridged going to a 6 cubic foot tuned port box containing a Shiva 12" sub tuned to 18 hz, an Adcom GFA 535 powering the main speakers which are old Peerless 5.25" poly cone rubber surround drivers in a .5 cubic foot ported box tuned to 51 hz with Morel MDT 29 tweeters crossed with Linkwitz/Riley at 2500 hz. The sub crosses over at 133 hz with a DIY electronic crossover.
I also have a Parasound P/HP 850 Preamp, Nakamichi MR-1 tape deck, DOD SR231 EQ, Beogram RX2 turntable and a Philips DVP 3620 DVD player.

I built this system several years ago and it still works great!

One question though, how do I put a signature in my posts?

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Old 21st February 2014, 04:50 AM   #2
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. . . One question though, how do I put a signature in my posts? . . . .
Click on "UserCP" (User Control Panel) in the Forum's ribbon bar. One of the options is "Edit Signature". While you're there . . . also go to "Edit Your Details" and give us a few lines about yourself, your interests, etc. The edit boxes are near the bottom of the page, under "Additional Details". People can see it when they click on your User ID, then select "View Public Profile".

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Old 24th February 2014, 03:36 PM   #3
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It doesn't show up for me. Maybe there is another setting somewhere that I have to have to show "edit signature".
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Old 25th February 2014, 02:14 PM   #4
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Click on your name, View Public Profile, and then click 'Edit User Profile.'
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Old 25th February 2014, 03:05 PM   #5
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I still don't see where I can even add a signature. I have been through every link in the User CP several times and can't find it anywhere. On all the other boards I am on, it is usually under edit profile, but I don't see the option here. Weird.
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Old 25th February 2014, 03:12 PM   #6
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I still don't see where I can even add a signature.
go to 'user CP' on top of forum site

and choose 'edit signature'
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Old 25th February 2014, 04:20 PM   #7
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Old 25th February 2014, 11:51 PM   #8
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Click on your name, View Public Profile, and then click 'Edit User Profile.'
OK, now ya got ME stumped! Is there more than one version of the Forum shell being served up? I followed the instructions: clicked on my user ID along the left side of a post, the "View Public Profile" option took me to my own personal profile page, but I can't find "Edit User Profile" anywhere on that page. (The "Find" feature on my Firefox browser can't locate that text string, either.)

The only way I can find to edit my user information (signature, bio, avatar, etc) is via the "User CP" button in the Forum's top ribbon bar - as illustrated in the screen shot I attached to Post #2 in this thread ( Newbie to site DIYer for 30 years ) , and repeated by "tinitus" in Post #6 ( Newbie to site DIYer for 30 years ).

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Yeah, that doesn't show up for me. I am using Fire Fox as well. Everything else is there but "edit signature" is not!
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