It looks like he's asking about inserting gif's in OSX's Mail.app. In that case BB code is not going to work.<br><br>I guess regular html would, as long as the recipient chooses to accept html mail...<br><br>
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Duh. <br><br>Yeah, I don't think Apple's Mail will do it, if that's what you're using...in that case, use the ol' standby (remove the spaces around the <> symbols): < img src="http://mysite.com/image1.gif" ><br><br>
Or he could just drag the .gif file from his desktop into the Signatures box. The animation won't show on the host machine, but it should work on the receiver's machine if both are using RichText or HTML email as their default view.<br><br>
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I tried Gizmo's way and it doesn't work. Puzzling but it makes a favicon.ico.html name and just an html icon when you drop it.<br><br>But if you do a copy paste of the gif into the signature window it works fine. <br>That is select pic,<br>command c<br>command v<br>and the gif is in the sig.<br><br>Don't ask me why one works and the other does not.<br>10.4.5<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>(__*__)(__*__)(__*__)(__*__)(__*__)(__*__)
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