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11/5/2012 3:18:48 AM
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Why does this keep happening? (icon glitch?)

So about a month ago (give or take a week) I logged on to bnet through my phone and to my disbelief saw multiple icons switch places. Why does this happen? It has never happened beforehand and sometimes doesn't fix when I clear my browsers cache. It's not very often, maybe once every ~10 log ins. [url=http://imgur.com/XhIEy.png]Pic related, it's what happens[/url] If it helps, i'm currently running android 2.2.1 [Edited on 11.04.2012 7:19 PM PST]
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  • My iPad has the same problem. What do?
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] dazarobbo The problem may be that your browser is making requests that are being routed through a web proxy/cache which is retaining old or incorrect versions of cached objects for specific URL requests, in this case images or stylesheets. If possible, access [url=http://www.bungie.net/base_css/base.css?ver=2.0.4569.16656]this stylesheet[/url] and force your browser to request it again with a refresh/reload or a hard refresh (whatever the equivalent is for a CTRL+F5 in your browser if it supports it). Reload the problem page and, if everything has worked properly, it should display properly. If there are individual objects on the page which aren't being displayed properly (like the topic icons), it's probably because they're being incorrectly cached. Find the URL to the image that's supposed to be displayed and try to reload/refresh it. The regular topic icon is [url=http://www.bungie.net/images/base_struct_images/forums/IconNew.gif]here[/url].[/quote] Alright, i'll keep that in mind when this happens. Although i'm not (nor do I ever) use a proxy when surfing b-net. But lately, it's hasn't been acting up.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] CrazzySnipe55 [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Surgery [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Duardo Clear your cookies and cache.[/quote] "It has never happened beforehand and sometimes doesn't fix when I clear my browsers cache"[/quote]Then OP has a bad phone. ©[/quote] It's a software, not hardware, issue.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] burritosenior This is amazing. The forum banner is a super stretched mustache bomb. The reply button and report buttons are mustache bombs. The icons are mustache bombs. I think I am in heaven. /Also using Android.[/quote] I'm glad I don't have an Android then; that sounds like a nightmare.
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  • This is amazing. The forum banner is a super stretched mustache bomb. The reply button and report buttons are mustache bombs. The icons are mustache bombs. I think I am in heaven. /Also using Android.
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  • Bungie.net: If something isn't the way it is meant to be, clear your cache. Didn't work? Clear your cache.
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  • The problem may be that your browser is making requests that are being routed through a web proxy/cache which is retaining old or incorrect versions of cached objects for specific URL requests, in this case images or stylesheets. If possible, access [url=http://www.bungie.net/base_css/base.css?ver=2.0.4569.16656]this stylesheet[/url] and force your browser to request it again with a refresh/reload or a hard refresh (whatever the equivalent is for a CTRL+F5 in your browser if it supports it). Reload the problem page and, if everything has worked properly, it should display properly. If there are individual objects on the page which aren't being displayed properly (like the topic icons), it's probably because they're being incorrectly cached. Find the URL to the image that's supposed to be displayed and try to reload/refresh it. The regular topic icon is [url=http://www.bungie.net/images/base_struct_images/forums/IconNew.gif]here[/url].
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Surgery [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Duardo Clear your cookies and cache.[/quote] "It has never happened beforehand and sometimes doesn't fix when I clear my browsers cache"[/quote]Then OP has a bad phone. © [Edited on 11.04.2012 9:16 PM PST]
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Duardo Clear your cookies and cache.[/quote] "It has never happened beforehand and sometimes doesn't fix when I clear my browsers cache" [Edited on 11.04.2012 7:43 PM PST]
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  • Clear your cookies and cache.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] defnop552 Is it a style sheet error? Maybe try a different browser?[/quote] Eh, it's late. Tomorrow i'll try my default browser and post results. Although I generally tend to ignore that browser because of it's force closing and large resource usage.
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  • Is it a style sheet error? Maybe try a different browser?
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Count Blinkula The website is obsessed with the thought of you and has your avatar posted all over it's walls. You should sever any and all contact you have with it, change your phone number, and leave town. Don't tell any of your friends your new location; she has them by a leash and will find out instantly.[/quote] It's even worse than I thought!
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  • The website is obsessed with the thought of you and has your avatar posted all over it's walls. You should sever any and all contact you have with it, change your phone number, and leave town. Don't tell any of your friends your new location; she has them by a leash and will find out instantly.
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