To remove any hotlink from any of the Signature apps, tap on the hotlink to edit. On the Edit Hotlink page, tap of the icon representing the hotlink, e.g. Facebook etc. You will have a list of hotlink types to choose from. Choose 'none' (the icon with a question mark). When you exit the edit page, the icon will be removed.
Note: in the next release, we will put a dedicated button to remove the hotlink.
We found our first bug!
If you upgrade to premium, there should be an Edit and + button at the top of the signature list to allow you to edit/delete a signature or add a new one. These buttons are missing after the upgrade.
To restore the buttons, close the app and restart it and the buttons should reappear.
If you cannot see images in your iPhone email, check your Load Remote Images setting under Mail Contacts and Calenders after launching the iPhone Settings apps. This apparently can sometimes be turned off during syncing.
The latest Email Signature Pro contains the following advanced features:
We've had several requests asking if we could allow users to change the formatting for each line in each text field instead of the whole field. We've resisted doing that in the past because we thought it would complicate the user interface and making it difficult for users to configure their signatures.
If you're a savvy user, there is a way to do this although it definitely isn't a point-and-click solution.
Symptom, you create a signature and when you insert it into your email, you get a null character. Chances are in your signature you used a % sign. The percent sign is a special character to insert other special characters like space. e.g. %20 means space or %2A means *. So when you add a % sign on it's own, the Mail app doesn't know what to do with it and does something horrible like insert (null) in your email.
To add a percent sign in your signature you should put %25 which means add a percent sign.
Wikipedia has an excellent article on percent-encoding.
To use your email signature when replying to an email, do the the following:
1) Hit the reply button in Apple Mail
2) Exit Apple Mail by using the Menu button (the hardware button at the bottom of your iPhone)
3) Run the Email Signature app, and select your signature
4) Your selected signature will be inserted into the reply email
5) Compose and send the email as normal
Note: follow the same procedure to forward an email.
This process is required due to the limitations that Apple applies to ALL Third Party applications, Email Signature Pro included.
Recently Facebook changed the way anyone accessing public pages on Facebook via their iPhone. Anyone trying to access a public profile page with a claimed name is prompted with a login page. Apparently, they require you to login before accessing these pages. However, while the url they create suggests that they take you to the page you requested after logging in, they do not do so.
We have just released a tool to help our users of Signature and Signature Lite to locate the URL of their image on the Internet.
(Note: URL or Uniform Resource Locator is the technical term for an Internet Web address, e.g. http://www.ideasunplugged.com.)
We have received a number of emails from users saying that the URL they entered in Signature (Pro or Lite) for their image is incorrect. What they actually entered was the URL of the page containing the image and not the URL of image itself. e.g. the URL of the page may be http://www.xyz.com/mypictures and the URL of the image is actually http://www.xyz.com/mypictures/1234.jpg
There are two ways to find the URL of the image.