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How to Change your “Colourful” Letter Avatar

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If you haven’t uploaded a profile “photo” of your own, you can change the avatar with your initial on it. Please note, this is only available to the Members group and above, not to Newbies.


Go to your Profile. On the bottom right of your avatar is a small button with a dot in it.


Avatar-Generator-Button.png

 

Click on it and it will open the “Avatar Generator”.

 

In here are 3 types of avatar that you can have:

  • Letters (like the default)
  • Abstract
  • Cats


Letters:


In here, you can change the colours of the background and of your initial, and you can change the position of your initial. Note that it only gives you a single colour without the dual colour gradient that the default gives. Dual letters can only be applied if your member name is two words.


Text X Offset: moves horizontally (sideways)
Text Y Offset: moves vertically (up/down)


Avatar-Generator-Letters.gif


Abstract:


In here, you can choose from a variety of abstract patterns, change the background colour, add some “fur” (more patterns), add your initial.


Avatar-Generator-Abstract.gif


Cats:


If you’re a cat lover, you’ll love this one. You can do all of the above plus choose different cat “bodies”, different eyes, mouths, fur, and add a variety of accessories such as hats, ties, headphones.

 

Avatar-Generator-Cats.gif

 


Marina

(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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