Hiding sigs?
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marathRon
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10-09-2018, 08:22 AM -
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I haven't been able to see how to hide other users' signatures, like you can on MPA.

Some of the sigs that have a lot of movement and flashing really disturb and bother me, I can't handle them, and I would really like to have the option of not seeing them.

Thanks!
Currently so far above all the ceilings, tired of being in the thick of it. 
New Accountability: https://eatingdisordercentral.com/thread-19676.html
Old Accountability: https://eatingdisordercentral.com/thread-17647.html
Older Accountability: https://eatingdisordercentral.com/thread-13017
Have now done food allergy testing and ruled out dairy, eggs, and many kinds of nuts in addition to gluten.
And it's time for a 180, back to raw vegan as home base. 
Adjusting to living in another country with family close by.
Kontra.
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10-09-2018, 10:03 AM -
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@marathRon Unfortunately, that's not possible individually. You can either hide signatures completely (in your User CP -> Edit Options -> uncheck "Display users' signatures in their posts." on the right side) or block certain users.
Others have brought this up too, and it would be nice if we could have that function, but there's only so much a forum software allows you to customize, so it might be technically impossible.
marathRon
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10-09-2018, 11:53 AM -
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@Kontra. Thanks so much for explaining. I agree, that's unfortunate. But it's good to know anyway.
Currently so far above all the ceilings, tired of being in the thick of it. 
New Accountability: https://eatingdisordercentral.com/thread-19676.html
Old Accountability: https://eatingdisordercentral.com/thread-17647.html
Older Accountability: https://eatingdisordercentral.com/thread-13017
Have now done food allergy testing and ruled out dairy, eggs, and many kinds of nuts in addition to gluten.
And it's time for a 180, back to raw vegan as home base. 
Adjusting to living in another country with family close by.


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