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Old 12-28-2010, 09:37 AM   #1
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Stationery in Thunderbird

I want to make a template for Thunderbird. I want the image to be on top and I will put fonts under it. My attempts at inserting an image have resulted in one very large image taking up the entire page.

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Did you try scaling the image down with a program like GIMP?
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You can also try the "convert" command in a terminal. I assume you are wanting to make the image the size of an avatar or similar.

$ convert -geometry 90x90 /path/to/image /path/to/new_image
The 90x90 is only a starting point. try different sizes to get it where you want it.


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