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#1 Sam Drucker

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Posted 12 September 2014 - 05:45 PM

Many of you have complained about signatures in the posts. With political season, the signatures get more complaints. For members who want to stop the signatures, here is your Helpful Hint for the Day.

There two ways to hide signatures in members' posts.

Way Number One. Find any member's post who has a signature. Hover your cursor to the REPORT option in the bottom left corner of the signature. You will see an X that appears up and to the right of the REPORT option. Click on the X. That will give you two options and you will be able to choose to ignore just that member's signature, or all members' signatures.

 

Way Number Two. Move the cursor to top right of any PCOM page and click on your member name. And option box will appear. Click on MANAGE IGNORE PREFS  . That will bring you to another box. Here you can click on the box in the top left  Ignore all signatures when reading topics and personal messages   and you will be able to ignore all signatures.

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#2 The Sound Guy

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Posted 12 September 2014 - 05:54 PM

Thanks Sam!


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#3 rednekkhikkchikk

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Posted 18 September 2014 - 09:23 AM

Yeah I've had signatures turned off for a couple of years now.    Makes the threads cleaner and easier to read.


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