More artwork on the way, I'm sure, as soon as I stop procrastinating. I love making icons, though I'm not the best at it.
And to Palmerfans in general: feel free to snag either one of the icons if you like them. I don't care about crediting. ^-^
If you don't mind, I migth snap them for NFA_pics in the Jimmy icon folder. I'll put your user name in the top. NFA_pics is a repository of NCIS banners, pics, promo shots etc for public share but we do like the artists to get credit.
Could those possibly be posted here a bit bigger? I clicked on them and ended up with a world of trouble. I had things acting strange, freeze-ups, I had to reboot twice because the first time my quick launch and system tray icons vanished, my email screwed up on me, I had to call my ISP tech support, IE was telling me suddenly that my security settings weren't safe and would I like to fix them, I finally ran a virus scan and everything seems to be okay now... but I'm not clicking on those again!
Thanks Aerie - I know about the dial-up issues, that's why I've reduced the image requirements for both Probie's Princess and Jimmy's Crickets clone applications. I appreciate the photobucket clickies VERY much. I just don't want to risk repeating what I went through this morning. It scared the s*#t out of me!!!
Edited to add:
OMG. Can Jimmy PLEASE keep Brian's glasses? These ones are SO much more flattering!!!! I know, I know, the "Harry Potter" look has become a trademark for Mr. Palmer. Like Abby's spiderweb tat and Gibbs' take-out coffee cup. Yeah, yeah. *sulks back into a corner to pout*
Last Edit: May 24, 2008 18:54:55 GMT -5 by saskie73
This is slightly off topic for the Crickets BUT this incident just happened to occur when I clicked on the Marine Ball images (before Aerie put them in photobucket).
Just in case this is NOT a coincidence and there is a problem with that website, I'm going to forewarn you guys about this.
Just as I was having problems with those windows (they were freezing up on me) I had some suspicious windows show up from my registry that informed me that there were two installs that had been "successfully completed."
Not by coincidence I think, I had ended up with a virus called "spools.exe". This one was shutting down my Norton Internet Security.
I also ended up with malware called "ctfmon.exe." This second one is also the filename of an .exe in Microsoft Office. The way to tell is where it's located. This one was in Documents and Settings which is an indication that it's not the benign MS Office file, it's malicious and needs to be removed.
I have manually quarantined and deleted both of these threats, hopefully this will fix the problem.
[glow=red,2,300]**Edited by Saskie to update on the nature of the infections and what I did to fix them (I HOPE I fixed them!!)[/glow]
Last Edit: May 25, 2008 14:09:30 GMT -5 by saskie73