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If your signature is suddenly all messed up, apologies. We rebuilt some of the DB tables, and due to content caching (I assume), the BB code is shining through.


To fix:

  1. Go into your profile: user name (upper right of forum page)  >  My Settings  >  Signature
  2. edit your signature by simply clicking on the little switch icon in the upper left of the editor window (this converts the signature 'post' to BB code)
  3. Simply click this button again to re-interpret the BB code into applicable styling
  4. save changes

Sorry about the inconvenience!


UPDATE: caching may have caught up and resolved all of these issues.

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