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How can I have a rockin' pic like Hitman? Just wondering how to change the display pic.

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Do you mean his avatar? First, You need to go to your "my home" page (tab near the top of the page). Next your select, "Personal information, email, password, etc. ". Scroll down and you will see where you can enter a pic as your avatar. You will need to save a pic to any of the free image websites. I use Photobucket....and it works fine. Once you save a pic, for example, at photobucket, you must resize it to fit the avatar size requirement...and copy the URL info into the avatar spot on FM. Got it?

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you can never have a pic as cool me.

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