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Changed my profile photo a few hours ago but the change isn't reflecting in my posts etc, I can see it find in the User CP, but isn't showing up in threads.

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Do you mean your avatar, or the picture on the "About Me" Page?

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My Avatar.

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Is this your new image?

[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/D8GVPmw.png[/IMG]

If so it's showing up for me.

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Have an admin recache avatars in the cache mgmt section of the acp!

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If the image you and I see is the correct image he either needs to do a hard refresh (ctrl + F5) or close his browser and delete his cache.

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It's showing up for me now, on a different internet connection, perhaps... whatever had to happen has happened. Thanks anyway guys.

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might have just been a cached image.
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[quote name='littleneutrino' timestamp='1359043087' post='595476244']
might have just been a cached image.
[/quote]

recaching ish like duct tape it fixesh lotsh of schtuffs

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:D

First time I've seen this happen though!

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It always helps to refresh the page afterwards so the new image will show.

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If it happens again, hit Ctrl + F5 to (hard) refresh the page. It doesn't use the cached image which could linger after a normal refresh.

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has any admins recached yet?

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Posted (edited)

a cat walked on my keyboard and got rid of this.sorry Edited by remixedcat

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[quote name='muggerfugger' timestamp='1359086666' post='595477842']
You ask alot of technical questions...
I don't think you want to travel down that hole. One simply doesn't escape the neowin machine once they're in too deep.
Back off before you know too much.

Rappy was once like us.


Heed my warning...
[img]http://owhatever.com/ss/CFH.jpg[/img]





Does neowin even use a cache system on their servers?
It should be client browser cache right?
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As long as it's at the Admin's end then.

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