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


K-in-Boston wrote:

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!


From the news reports I've been reading about the credit card default rates, the issuers may close them for us real soon, save us the trouble....Heck it seems chase is even closing some before they even get activated lately, along with all your other chase cards. Many of us quit poking that bear and started full on smacking him in the head with a club. and he's getting very angry.


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

Amex should pay me for advertising their credit card so big for them...each time I post! 


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


CharlieFoxtrot wrote:

Amex should pay me for advertising their credit card so big for them...each time I post! 


It could also be seen as advising that their card be cut in half and cause them to sue!!!!


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


sarge12 wrote:

CharlieFoxtrot wrote:

Amex should pay me for advertising their credit card so big for them...each time I post! 


It could also be seen as advising that their card be cut in half and cause them to sue!!!!


Well played sir!


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

Is there any update as to when/if this issue is going to be fixed?

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


TygerHawke wrote:

Is there any update as to when/if this issue is going to be fixed?


Nope and you can fix your signature now if you add a width setting as others apparently have done.

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

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Irish80 wrote:

TygerHawke wrote:

Is there any update as to when/if this issue is going to be fixed?


Nope and you can fix your signature now if you add a width setting as others apparently have done.


Thanks - not an ideal solution, but it works  Smiley Happy

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


TygerHawke wrote:

Irish80 wrote:

TygerHawke wrote:

Is there any update as to when/if this issue is going to be fixed?


Nope and you can fix your signature now if you add a width setting as others apparently have done.


Thanks - not an ideal solution, but it works  Smiley Happy


You're welcome.  Put up a thread in Smorgasbord directing people to a post that shows the html setting to fix the issue:

 

http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/SmorgasBoard/Info-regarding-the-extra-large-credit-card-images-in-si...

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