Just realized you can't put both text and image past 200 pixels. X_x
That's been part of the rule for quite some time.
Also, if you want to make sure your image is below the 120 KB limit, what you can do to reduce the file size is as follows:
* Change the color from RGB to Indexed. << Note: This limits how many colors you can have at once. This also removes most transparencies. Especially low-level transparencies.
* Remove any and all transparencies << this takes up a lot of file size. Especially of the transparencies are very detailed (IE: Checkerboard, etc.) Using index above can help, but not when you have so much detail. You can take a screenshot of the webpage by using Firefox extension "ScreenGrab" and paste it into a program like GIMP, then take the background behind your current signature on the AGE forum (which is the gradient gray/silver stuff behind posts, etc. Then you place that behind your signature. This can cause an optical illusion on TVs and monitors with very low contrast / brightness differences (Hence why I dislike high ratios of contrast.))
* PNG Vs. GIF - GIF is much lower in file size than PNG, however, GIFs must be indexed. PNGs can be indexed as well, however.
* Don't use animations << Big thing here. Animations can really drive up your file size.