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Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence

Valued Contributor

Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence

More bad news...peoples credit card images now look like this

 

new5.JPG




TU fico08=820 11/10/17
EX fico08=812 10/25/17
EQ fico08=818 10/25/17
Garden since 4/5/2017
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Re: Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence


sarge12 wrote:

More bad news...peoples credit card images now look like this

 

new5.JPG


Yeah what's up with that???? I worked so hard at putting all that html together; now it's useless.

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Moderator

Re: Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence

Stuff happens during updates.  It's the nature of the beast in almost all computer related products.  It will be fixed in due time

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Valued Contributor

Re: Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence


SouthJamaica wrote:

sarge12 wrote:

More bad news...peoples credit card images now look like this

 

new5.JPG


Yeah what's up with that???? I worked so hard at putting all that html together; now it's useless.


At somewhere around 3 am I was posting when the "Down for litium maintenence" screen came up. Logged in 15 minutes later and all posts I was following after April 28 were gone, but were coming back gradually. I think lithium must have had issues that required restoring from a backup for April 28, with more recent posts being restored gradually. After that I noticed the credit card image problems, but moderator has not responded to this post yet. I imagine they are pretty busy now. Hopefully they can straighten it out without everyone having to redo their credit card images. I have found that the down for maintenence screen is sort of like the blue screen of death for windows.




TU fico08=820 11/10/17
EX fico08=812 10/25/17
EQ fico08=818 10/25/17
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Valued Contributor

Re: Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence


Irish80 wrote:

Stuff happens during updates.  It's the nature of the beast in almost all computer related products.  It will be fixed in due time


Sorry to have brought more issues to your table Irish80...I for 1 really appreciate the outstanding services you moderators perform to try and address all the issues...you guys and gals are awesome...I did not tag this post because this issue does not intefere in the usability, and I felt you all had your hands full...seems most of the posts that were missing are back now. Thank You!




TU fico08=820 11/10/17
EX fico08=812 10/25/17
EQ fico08=818 10/25/17
Garden since 4/5/2017
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Moderator

Re: Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence

Hang in there everybody... they're taking a look at this very issue now. Smiley Wink

 

You're free to change/adjust your siggy, but if they get this corrected soon you'll just need to change it right back, so you might want to hold off on any changes at least for a little while.  Smiley Happy

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Valued Contributor

Re: Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence


UncleB wrote:

Hang in there everybody... they're taking a look at this very issue now. Smiley Wink

 

You're free to change/adjust your siggy, but if they get this corrected soon you'll just need to change it right back, so you might want to hold off on any changes at least for a little while.  Smiley Happy


You moderators are awesome!!! Thanks to you all!!!




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Re: Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence


sarge12 wrote:

Irish80 wrote:

Stuff happens during updates.  It's the nature of the beast in almost all computer related products.  It will be fixed in due time


Sorry to have brought more issues to your table Irish80...I for 1 really appreciate the outstanding services you moderators perform to try and address all the issues...you guys and gals are awesome...I did not tag this post because this issue does not intefere in the usability, and I felt you all had your hands full...seems most of the posts that were missing are back now. Thank You!


No need to apologize.  That's how we find out about problems and besides I am not the one who will be fixing the problem Smiley LOL

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Valued Contributor

Re: Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence


Irish80 wrote:

sarge12 wrote:

Irish80 wrote:

Stuff happens during updates.  It's the nature of the beast in almost all computer related products.  It will be fixed in due time


Sorry to have brought more issues to your table Irish80...I for 1 really appreciate the outstanding services you moderators perform to try and address all the issues...you guys and gals are awesome...I did not tag this post because this issue does not intefere in the usability, and I felt you all had your hands full...seems most of the posts that were missing are back now. Thank You!


No need to apologize.  That's how we find out about problems and besides I am not the one who will be fixing the problem Smiley LOL


Thanks...I felt bad bringing 2 seperate problems to your attention in such a short time...thank the admins for me.




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EX fico08=812 10/25/17
EQ fico08=818 10/25/17
Garden since 4/5/2017
Message 9 of 18
Community Leader
Valued Contributor

Re: Credit card images in signatures have gone supersize since maintenence

Thanks to the mods for looking into this.  Just seems that Lithium is ignoring height and width tags in the HTML signatures.  At least mine weren't too far off from the right size, but I had to display them just a little smaller when I did my March spree.  The correct fix for this is that we all need to immediately cancel some sock drawered cards to make our signatures fit!


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