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As far as I know ....
A member having more than 10 posts (or may be one day of registration, not sure) can insert a sig . The size is 600x100 pixels.
For a skilled member, the size is 650x100 pixels.
For power users and above, the size is 650x150 pixels.
For the first point, I may be wrong. Hope John will provide the right information for us.
That sounds about right.
The "Skilled" designation is replaced by "Member".
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Performance & Maintenance
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