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Changing logo.jpg

 
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I tried changing the logo.jpg file in jforum/templates/default/images, but when I bring up the forum again, I still get the squirrel. What am I doing wrong?
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Your browser is probably showing the cached image. If it's IE, try using Ctrl-F5 which generally forces a cache refresh.

I think that Shift + clicking the refresh button does this as well (works in Firefox and I think older IEs...)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Bypass_your_cache
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I ended up shutting down Tomcat, removing the jforum directory from under webapps, copying in a fresh one from the download (except for the logo.jpg file which I set to the new one I wanted), started up Tomcat, and ran the install.jsp again. When it was all done, I *still* had the squirrel at the top of my forum. I have no idea what else to try.

[originally posted on jforum.net by mbongiov]
 
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Forget it. You were right. It was a caching issue. I'm all set. Thanks.

[originally posted on jforum.net by mbongiov]
 
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