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  • TGRL Signatures

    I created a few TGRL themed sigs, I made these to help promote TGRL so if anyone want to use any here they are. More to come later. I made most in Grayscale and Sepia Tone too just because it makes them look a little retro.














































    Here are a few GTR2 sigs for your pleasure.



































    Last edited by Mirfee; 10-02-2006, 12:10 AM.

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    Re: TGRL Signatures

    Sweet work Turbo. Thank you so much for the idea and the effort.

    My problem is, I can't decide which one to pick!




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    • #3
      Re: TGRL Signatures

      Woah, I love 'em! Great work, and thanks.

      [conduct][volun][drill][sg-c1][tpf-c1]
      |TG-2nd|munchkin
      Nec aspera terrent.

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      • #4
        Re: TGRL Signatures

        Originally posted by Mirfee View Post
        Sweet work Turbo. Thank you so much for the idea and the effort.

        My problem is, I can't decide which one to pick!
        Sweet man! Hey I have a script that can make your sig show a random image everytime it loads. Thats what I am using now.
        Last edited by RocketPunch; 10-02-2006, 10:09 AM.
        Slow is Smooth. Smooth is Fast!

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        • #5
          Re: TGRL Signatures

          Rocket, that would be pure gold. I think it'd be perfect. Anyway to adjust the speed? I'd like it to be reaaaally slow, like a minute each. Those pics are too nice to scroll by so fast.




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          • #6
            Re: TGRL Signatures

            That gives me another idea. Some (they'd have to be new) could be animated gifs. Imagine a handful of frames showing a field passing by, or a great pass, or a spin, etc.

            Hmmmm...




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            • #7
              Re: TGRL Signatures

              Ah perfect! There's one with an ambulance just for me! :)

              Very nice job Turbo, very cool.
              New to TG?

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              • #8
                Re: TGRL Signatures

                Thanks guys, Ill make some more next weekend.

                Originally posted by RocketPunch View Post
                Hey I have a script that can make your sig show a random image everytime it loads. Thats what I am using now.
                That would be pretty cool, just so it doesn't go by to fast.

                Originally posted by Mirfee
                Imagine a handful of frames showing a field passing by, or a great pass, or a spin, etc.
                That would be really sweet, I am sure it could be done pretty easily.

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                • #9
                  Re: TGRL Signatures

                  The script will only change your sig everytime the page reloads.
                  Slow is Smooth. Smooth is Fast!

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                  • #10
                    Re: TGRL Signatures

                    That would be perfect, Rocket.

                    Cycling some animated choices along with these still images would be terrific. That way anyone who wants to (me!) can have all the sigs, still and moving alike. No more decisions! ;)




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                    • #11
                      Re: TGRL Signatures

                      This is the script I talked about.

                      link -> http://photomatt.net/scripts/randomimage
                      Slow is Smooth. Smooth is Fast!

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                      • #12
                        Re: TGRL Signatures

                        Cool! Now I have to figure out how to use it. :D




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                        • #13
                          Re: TGRL Signatures

                          Hey Rocket... I don't get it. What am I supposed to do with what and where? I know I need the collection of images in a directory (done), and that I'm supposed to 'drop this code in'. Except, I don't understand... which code below? Drop it how... in what form? Thanks for any help.

                          Installation/Usage

                          For the simplest possible installation, just drop this code in a directory with the images you want to rotate, and call it like you would a normal image, for example:

                          <img src="/dropbox/2003/rotate/rotate.php" alt="A Random Image" />


                          A Rotator Apart
                          <?php
                          /*
                          By Matt Mullenweg > http://photomatt.net
                          Inspired by Dan Benjamin > http://hiveware.com/imagerotator.php
                          Latest version always at:
                          http://photomatt.net/scripts/randomimage
                          */

                          // Make this the relative path to the images, like "../img" or "random/images/".
                          // If the images are in the same directory, leave it blank.
                          $folder = '';

                          // Space seperated list of extensions, you probably won't have to change this.
                          $exts = 'jpg jpeg png gif';

                          $files = array(); $i = -1; // Initialize some variables
                          if ('' == $folder) $folder = './';

                          $handle = opendir($folder);
                          $exts = explode(' ', $exts);
                          while (false !== ($file = readdir($handle))) {
                          foreach($exts as $ext) { // for each extension check the extension
                          if (preg_match('/\.'.$ext.'$/i', $file, $test)) { // faster than ereg, case insensitive
                          $files[] = $file; // it's good
                          ++$i;
                          }
                          }
                          }
                          closedir($handle); // We're not using it anymore
                          mt_srand((double)microtime()*1000000); // seed for PHP < 4.2
                          $rand = mt_rand(0, $i); // $i was incremented as we went along

                          header('Location: '.$folder.$files[$rand]); // Voila!
                          ?>




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                          • #14
                            Re: TGRL Signatures

                            No worries man. I will get everything setup in a folder with all the images in it, all you need to do is take out the ones that you don't want.
                            Slow is Smooth. Smooth is Fast!

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                            • #15
                              Re: TGRL Signatures

                              I've already got all the images loaded up in a folder in my TG webspace. All I need to do is work in the script somehow to enable it (I understand it just drops in with the images, but I don't know what kind of file it's supposed to be).

                              I don't mean to seem ungrateful for you putting it all together and posting it. That's very helpful, thankyou. I just want to understand how to do it so I can learn. This looks like a useful tool I could use elsewere/elsewhen. :D

                              Thanks!




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