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Old 03-29-2016, 12:19 PM
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"The maximum size of your custom image is 150 by 150 pixels or 19.5 KB (whichever is smaller)."
That is what it says on my User CP page, under edit the Avatar. I am sure you see the same thing.

The new image is AT those specs.
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Old 03-29-2016, 12:44 PM
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First of all, I'm not being argumentative. Don't misunderstand me. Just trying to understand what I'm doing wrong. The specs I stated are in the edit profile pic area of the user CP. Yes, the specs you stated are in the edit avatar area of the user CP. What is the difference between the avatar and a profile picture? That's where my confusion is coming into play.
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What is the difference between the avatar and a profile picture? That's where my confusion is coming into play.
Good question and I don't know the difference other than the size requirements.

I have always associated the image by your name as "avatar".

I'll see what I can find.
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Ok, thanks. So if you click on a members name to see their profile, it's their profile pic. An avatar can be different than the profile pic for postings and replies. Makes sense now. Thanks for your patience, Roland.
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OK, I found out the difference.

Profile Picture is the image when someone clicks on your Alias and sees your profile.

Avatar is the image next to your name when posting.

The Avatar & Profile Picture(s) can be the same, or two different images. Each image has their own size requirements.

Hope that explains it.

Attached is your Avatar (LH) & profile Pictures (RH).
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Thank you again, Roland. Makes perfect sense now.
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