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Old 01-12-2010, 08:36 AM   #1
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How to change thread picture that shows on the side of the thread...............dave
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If you go to user CP at the top left hand corner on the page your user control panel will drop down on as a tab on the left hand side. There you have the option to "edit avatar". We have the ones from the old site still, but we're working on bringing in some new ones which will be available in a few days. You also have the option to upload your own avatar.

Unless you meant the thumb nails on the side of WIP's, let me know if that's it.
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i reckon he meant thumbs on the WIP threads. Do you upload an image in the first post?
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I reckon you're right, I'm a bit slow today. But yes just attach an image in your thread and it should appear as a thumb on the side of the thread.
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Yeah, it works like that on ZBCentral. People often attach a small thumbnail size image at the bottom of their post, then you can link to the rest of your images as usual.
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Since I mentioned avatars, we just changed them to some of our tutorial images, I have just added Dave's Production Workflow render. You can still upload your own as well but these are much better coz the old ones were truly awful.
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