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    Testing signature...

    I added a signature to my profile. It doesn't appear to be working. I see others with signatures, is there some criteria that I haven't met?
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    OK, it appears to be working. I guess it only works on threads that I participate in AFTER I created it. I figured it would be "retroactive" and appear on all posts, but I guess not.

    Carry on.
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    Changing the signature does change it everywhere, John. Sure you reloaded the page correctly??
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    Ahh, maybe that was it. I was probably viewing a page that was in memory. Once refreshed, the new sig should appear on all of my posts I would think.
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    Nope that's not it. My sig shows up on posts in this thread, but not in posts I made in other forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Mulder View Post
    Changing the signature does change it everywhere, John. Sure you reloaded the page correctly??
    I'm seeing the same thing as John...looking at his older posts, I don't see his new sig line.

    Let me go try something...be right back.
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    Nope, still not seeing the sig on earlier posts, even after emptying my browser cache. There's an option in the vBulletin Admin Control Panel to empty the signature cache, but I'll hold off on running that until I can get a second opinion from Darren and/or Brent.
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    Thanks for checking Vaughn!

    It's not that big of a deal I guess. But I'm a member on another board that uses the same software as this one, and when you make change to your signature, it shows up in all of your posts. I figured that's what would happen. Maybe it will straighten itself out.
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    john and vaughn just went and tested this on my own and it went and changed them all??? so its on johns end that is messing up..
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    john and vaughn just went and tested this on my own and it went and changed them all??? so its on johns end that is messing up..
    Ditto. I changed my own and it's changed everywhere I look. And I looked everywhere. Okay, not really. But I did check on 3 posts made before I changed my sig.
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