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Authored by: vramin on Apr 21, '09 03:28:16PM

Well, in my defense, I agree that graphical signatures should usually be avoided. My default sig is set to none.

But, I wanted to make a sig for emails to send to my family, I may never use it, and the jpg image I ended up installing was only 6K. What really interested me was finding a way to get mail to accept linked graphics in signatures. There is an implication in's programming that setting links in graphics pasted into/dragged into the sig pane should work, but they don't. This was just a small victory.

I am not offended by emails that contain graphics unless they are megabytes big. Life is too short and my 1TB start-up drive isn't especially impacted by large emails.

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Authored by: palahala on Apr 24, '09 02:32:19AM

Original comment by: baltwo

Then, if that's the case, this AppleScript application (which uses Safari, as an example) does the same thing without the cryptic URL tags. Change the bounds to suit your needs.

tell application "Safari"
  set the bounds of the front window to {552, 106, 1567, 1004}
end tell

Put it on the Dock and you're good to go.

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Authored by: palahala on Apr 24, '09 02:34:34AM

Ooops, wrong topic. I guess I should not bother trying to restore comments ;-)

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