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I simply can't figure this one out. Halp? :)

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I simply can't figure this one out. Halp? :)

At the top of the screen in the green box, click on your display name. On the drop down menu, select "Settings". When the page loads you will need to click on the header that says "profile". In the margin it will say "change avatar". Then you can use one on the forum or use the uploader to choose from your gallery. Comment if u are still having difficulty. Good luck.

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I couldn't do it either. I tried a long time ago and it didn't take. But NOW, I can't even click on my settings. The drop down menu doesn't work when I mouse over it anymore. I have to click on my name to get it to even show up but of course that takes me to my page.

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I couldn't do it either. I tried a long time ago and it didn't take. But NOW, I can't even click on my settings. The drop down menu doesn't work when I mouse over it anymore. I have to click on my name to get it to even show up but of course that takes me to my page.

Oh wow. Hmm. I use a tablet and dont have problems except it is sometimes hard to get signed back in because of the "code on code" thing. That green box is right on top of the celiac.com logo and my tablet always tries to click on that instead of the sign in link. Wish i could help lol. I guess thats something only Scott can deal with.

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Click on your name (or your existing avatar) to get to your profile. Once there, look on the left side for options. Choose "Change Avatar" (fifth one down). Click.

The page will show your current avatar (if you have one) and will offer options.

You can upload an image from your computer by clicking the "Choose File" button, or you can select an avatar from our pre-installed library of images.

If you upload from your computer, you may need to resize the file. The board will automatically resize the image in terms of pixels, but there is a limit on the number of bytes you can send. The raw image must not exceed 50 Kb.

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Thank you. I now look like a guitar! :D

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