After creating and uploading some customer avatars the avatars in the activity screen show up as red x's. It's not a huge issue but I'll be deploying Jira and fisheye to the rest of my department soon and I'd like it to work.
Thanks for the quick reply. I just checked the path and they are there. The avatars works within everything else except the activity screen. I just went through the links and noticed that it was pointing to localhost. This isn't going to work on remote machines. I had to go into Administration, then system, and general configuarion. Then change the base URL to the DNS name of the Jira server from local host. Now avatars come up but the default avatars, not the custome ones. Again, this is only in the activity screen. Any suggestions? Thanks for taking the time.
Woah... There's something buggy about this... You could do two things I believe:
1. Verify if Jira is asking for a reindex.
2. Assign to the user a default avatar again and then the custom one to see if it is working.
P.S. In last instance you could a Jira restart, but I hate to do that, so let's try to figure out what could be possible wrong.
It wasn't asking for a reindex but went ahead and did one anyway. No joy there.
I assigned a different avatar from the default choices and it worked perfectly. I then reassigned the custom avatar and just like before it works everywhere else except the Activity Stream. Does the activity stream look somewhere else for it's avatars?
I found this about what @Jamie said:
Have you added the port to your URL Base? Someone's problem was that.
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