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Discussion in 'Newcomer Forum' started by seralph, Sep 30, 2006.

  1. seralph

    seralph IncGamers Member

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    Avatar format question

    I wasn't able to find a list of all accepted file formats for avatars. Please, can someone provide a link or simply list the formats aviable?

    Thanks in advance
    seralph
     
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    LorveN D3 Off Topic Moderator

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    Afaik the most common formats work, and you are limited to size and/or dimensions when getting rejected.
    .jpeg .jpg .gif .png and so on do work.

    However, I had problems uploading an avatar once because the file extension was .PNG but when I switched to .png it worked. (caps sensitive, for NO reason)

    Does that help you out?:azn:
     
  3. seralph

    seralph IncGamers Member

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    It's not a final anser but a big step toward it, thanks LorveN

    Are you using Mac?:smiley:
     
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    LorveN D3 Off Topic Moderator

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    Nope, just an ordinary pc, winXP.
     
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    I think the issue would be what the webserver is, not what you're computer is. The webserver for this forum might be linux based, and it could be the case-sensitive issue.
     
  6. seralph

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    I'm allmost sure the server is unix based but winXP is case-sensitive too.
     

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