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This forum has become a total enigma. When I 'Log in' it's still showing my old avatar.
Very ,errr cute
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Sooty is mis-shapened. What's happening?
It's either due to an Event Horizon, or the start of Spaghettification due to being sucked into a Black Hole.
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It's changed again. I haven't touhed it. This is puzzling stuff.
I haven't touhed it. This is puzzling stuff.
That's your problem right there.....
You are 'stretched Sooty' when I am logged in via a USA based work server and you are an amplifier when I am logged in normally.
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Are we in an episode of "The Twilight Zone".
Has JD been at the errrrm... jd?
All started months ago when I purchased the Denon tuner. My original avatar was outdated, so I tried to change it. Even though I deleted the original it was still showing when I posted. Weeks after that Sooty appeared from nowhere and now the amp picture. Wonder how many more times it'll change between now and the end of the summer?
We haven't decided yet.
Could someone from 'The Towers' please help me? Again I've tried deleting the amp avatar and that's fine. Deleted. Check on the posts and the same there. Just a blank shadow. Upload a new pic and save and the old avatar reappears both on the posts and when I 'sign in'.
No doubt the old avatar will mis-shapen again and, eventually, it'll change to the new picture. Don't understand it.
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