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hey im new to this site and i was just wonderin how everything works....how do you get a picture for your icon?

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you want your pic tobe on the left side under your name? if so you gotta go to my stuff click on that then click on my profile.you have to upload a pic to your avatar.but the pic has tobe a certain size.

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ok i think im using to big of a pic how do you make it smaller will photoshop work?

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Check out the photography/photo sharing forum. They will answer all your questions plus some.

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Bdurst, welcome to Fishing Minnesota!! Your question is very common so you will find its answer in the photo sharing board. Have fun navigating the site and ask questions when you have them. Ther eis so much info here I can never get enough, and I visit here every day crazy.gifblush.gif

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