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Topic # 128555 14-Aug-2013 19:12
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Since I've done everything including replacing my router I don't think this problem is on my end anymore, but anyone else on Telecom having issues with Geekzone not displaying images? This has been going on since the CSS bug about a month ago. When I proxy through my Linode this does not occur and images display.



The logo from https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/images/dev/geekzone-logo.gif works no problems, tried different computers, Firefox and Chrome.




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  Reply # 878300 14-Aug-2013 19:15
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Hmm, interesting, no problems here. Tried different browsers, or do you have any sort of adblock plugins that mgiht be trying to block them as ads? Assuming you're using either Chrome or Firefox, you should be able to bring up the error console for the page and see why elements are failing to load, too.




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  Reply # 878303 14-Aug-2013 19:18
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What platform is that on? Your fonts look strange too but that could be legitimate if you're on Linux or something.



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  Reply # 878304 14-Aug-2013 19:19
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Inphinity: Hmm, interesting, no problems here. Tried different browsers, or do you have any sort of adblock plugins that mgiht be trying to block them as ads? Assuming you're using either Chrome or Firefox, you should be able to bring up the error console for the page and see why elements are failing to load, too.


Subscriber ;) I only enable the ad blocker on the sites where the ads are distracting (looking at you YouTube) - I've also had another thought which might be related to the MTU on my router, will give it a go.

Behodar: What platform is that on? Your fonts look strange too but that could be legitimate if you're on Linux or something.


I'm a long-term Debian Linux user hah




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  Reply # 878306 14-Aug-2013 19:21
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michaelmurfy: I'm a long-term Debian Linux user hah

I retract my statement... you hippie :P



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  Reply # 878312 14-Aug-2013 19:26
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Behodar:
michaelmurfy: I'm a long-term Debian Linux user hah

I retract my statement... you hippie :P


Pfft :P Linux is the more productive of the operating systems. It appears it might actually be my connection if this is not happening to anyone else. Might badger people at Telecom to fix it for me.




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  Reply # 878313 14-Aug-2013 19:27
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Haven't seen the issue on my Telecom phone, but I don't have Telecom broadband.



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  Reply # 878314 14-Aug-2013 19:30
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Behodar: Haven't seen the issue on my Telecom phone, but I don't have Telecom broadband.


It's totally fine on Mobile Broadband, images are broken on my S4 via WiFi also (to be sure I've tried a few routers now)




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  Reply # 878327 14-Aug-2013 19:57
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A wee bit better :)



Some profile pics still ain't displaying though.
Edit: It seems everything except that one image is displaying now, doesn't matter what browser I'm using. What was the problem?




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  Reply # 878330 14-Aug-2013 19:59
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I've changed the key used to create the image cache on the CDN. Unfortunately it's either a Telecom cache problem or a Telecom route problem to the CDN POP.

As I said, it happened before, a couple of weeks ago.







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  Reply # 878332 14-Aug-2013 20:01
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If I try to view that broken "your avatar" image this displays:



I've disabled IPv6 on my network + my computers don't recieve any IPv6 addresses (incl Local)




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  Reply # 878336 14-Aug-2013 20:05
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freitasm: Yes, that's Telecom's DNS playing up and the cache getting lost.


No worries, at least the site looks less broken now, cheers for doing that :)




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