What's with the double picture?

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  1. Rusty14

    Rusty14 Member

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    Always when I post a new thread, Rusty comes up twice in his picture! Also, my heading is never bold, like others.
    And, lastly, what's with the sunglasses by my thread post?!
    Thanx!
     
  2. Squeaky and KT (GA)

    Squeaky and KT (GA) Well-Known Member

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    I don't see a double pic, your header looks just like everyone else's and the sunglasses means you're 'watching' the thread. Next?

    :) I know, I'm a smart a$$...
     
  3. Dyana

    Dyana Well-Known Member

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    The double picture means you posted to the thread. The sunglasses means you are watching the thread. The heading will not be bold if you have read all the posts to the thread. When someone adds a new reply, then the heading will be bold until you open the thread.

    Good luck with the dose increase.
     
  4. Rusty14

    Rusty14 Member

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    That's bizarre, cause I do! I swear. His normal pic, then a little one in front of it! Wow. Weird. And I noticed after I went back to view it, the Headind is bold, now!
    Are you guys messin' with me?! ;)
    Just kidding!
    Thanx so much. Don't know how you have time to even post, with that many fur-friends!!
    :confused:
     
  5. Rusty14

    Rusty14 Member

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    Thanx Dyana!
    I'm learning! ;)
     
  6. Dyana

    Dyana Well-Known Member

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    If you post to someone else's condo (thread) just some encouraging words or something, you will see a small version of your avatar in the lower corner of that person's avatar.
     
  7. Rusty14

    Rusty14 Member

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    No, I started a NEW thread, and saw the double, but it's gone now! ???;)
     
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