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General Chat Thread, EduGeek Webpage Icon in General; Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester well i notice the edugeek logo in Windows XP with IE7 but in Vista IE7 I ...
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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    Quote Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
    well i notice the edugeek logo in Windows XP with IE7 but in Vista IE7 I notice the below icon
    right will see if we can do anything this end..

    Russ

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    Quote Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
    well i notice the edugeek logo in Windows XP with IE7 but in Vista IE7 I notice the below icon
    That's weird. This is what I see in my Vista IE7.

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    Got the Dragonfly/Axe/Bird here, on Firefox 2.0.0.6 running on Windows XP Pro SP2, fully updated.

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    Quote Originally Posted by crc-ict
    Got the Dragonfly/Axe/Bird here, on Firefox 2.0.0.6 running on Windows XP Pro SP2, fully updated.
    Sounds like a cookies issue to me. Have you tried clearing your history and your cookies?

    I find that Firefox will often hang on to information for a long time. I get it when I am trying to read a new comment on YouTube, it will often insist on showing me an outdated version of the page.

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    Hmm..

    I usually use Firefox ver.....dunno, and I get the Axe thing icon.
    When I load up into IE7 or Opera, I get the "EG" Logo.

    Yeah, must be an issue with my cookies too.... I'm not flushing them, as otherwise I'll lose all my passwords.... <snigger>

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    Quote Originally Posted by User3204
    Hmm..

    I usually use Firefox ver.....dunno, and I get the Axe thing icon.
    When I load up into IE7 or Opera, I get the "EG" Logo.

    Yeah, must be an issue with my cookies too.... I'm not flushing them, as otherwise I'll lose all my passwords.... <snigger>
    It will eventually change. Just hang in there.

    In the mean time, I've attached a copy of the image. All you have to do is print it out and blu-tak it to your tabs and address bar to get the full EduGeek experience.
    Attached Images Attached Images  

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon



    I just find it funny that something like a favicon image problem can create a 2-page topic. I didn't even notice there WAS one in the first place... hehe

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    Cookies are text files to remember who you are, not favicon caches

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    If you're connecting from behind a webcache that might have some effect on whether the favicon is updated maybe?

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    In firefox, if you type about:cache it will show you a list of all the files it has on the memory and disk. Look at those as search for http://www.edugeek.net/favicon.ico - you can then see when it will next look for a later version.

    I think.

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    Working for me fine today, no Dragonfly, but its not got an RJ45 plug on it

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    Re: EduGeek Webpage Icon

    Quote Originally Posted by john
    Working for me fine today, no Dragonfly, but its not got an RJ45 plug on it
    I'm sorry. I read your post after I had made the image.

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