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    Plutonium Lounger
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    Changing Userpic

    How does the lounge handle a change in someone's userpic. Does it store the new Userpic under a new filename, so that it can display the old one with old posts and the new one with new posts, or does it replace the graphic, retrospectively changing old posts?

    I changed mine earlier today, and I seem to have the old one with old posts and no picture at all with new ones!

    StuartR

    [Edited by StuartR to add some new Info]
    I did a view source on an old post and a new one, the URL for the old working userpic was http://www.wopr.com/w3tuserpics/StuartR.gif
    the new non-working one is http://www.amdragon.com/w3tuserpics/StuartR.gif

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    Re: Changing Userpic

    How did you save the new one?

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    Re: Changing Userpic

    When you ask "How did you save the new one?" are you asking about the graphics software I used to save it to my local disk, or the syntax I used to upload it on the WOPR controls page?

    Just for an extra test, here is the same graphic as an attachment...

    StuartR
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    Re: Changing Userpic

    Aargh! I'm so sorry. I was using my test site to include the new "Country" item and miscopied that script.
    Try it again - it should be OK now.
    <IMG SRC=http://www.wopr.com/w3tuserpics/Eileen_sig.gif>

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    Re: Changing Userpic

    That seems to have fixed it. Thank you.

    StuartR

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