Not getting an error message, but my avatar doesn’t change. If it matters, there is a duplicate of my avatar already on the forum (not sure if it gets hashed or something).
I dunno, but your avatar is looking really blurry now. Perhaps its not uploading properly and re-processing the same avatar over and over. I can barely make out your ugly face
So the newbies dont think i’m being mean to chris (well i am…)… Chris flew to Australia to meet up with me… we’ve met and give each other crap regularly.
I had this too. After a few days the avatar suddenly changed. I believe it was still stored in cache somehow.
I see that FEZ Kings have created a joint venture?
I don’t see an old avatar, I see a joint venture!
I whined about this same issue earlier this spring. It is a wierd caching issue. The odd part being that clearing my local browser cache did not always result in seeing the new image.
@ Chris - as Josh said, I too see you’ve Ascended…
Hmm telling the image to reload explicitly didn’t do anything, however opening the image in a new tab and then telling it to reload worked for me.
And yes, the Kings have been working on creating something together for the past 6 months We would like to use our knowledge and experience to help other members of the community.
That did the trick
So the newbies dont think i’m being mean to chris (well i am…)… Chris flew to Australia to meet up with me… we’ve met and give each other crap regularly.[/quote]
Just be lucky Mark’s photo isn’t up, he’s done a FANTASTIC job of bashing his face up playing hockey, now he always has this smug sorta smile
So, what’s the consensus, do we all have to clear our caches when people change their AVs? There should be an HTTP header that dictates the image is out of date IIRC.
… And yeah, Mark and I have been working on stuff together for a while now. I was in AU for 2 weeks in April. If you’re my friend on FB, you’ve probably seen the fallout of that trip in image form
You can force browsers to redownload an avatar by appending the upload timestamp to the ‘src’ of the ‘img’ tag.
<img src="avatar.jpg?t=uploadtime" />