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In wp-admin, too large avatar mystery man on Howdy, username

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    @mikey3d
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    @mikey3d

    I have the same problem as you have when you go in dashboard and mouse cursor on the text “Howdy, username” and you will see too large avatar mystery man. Why is the only mystery man but not any others avatars except “gravatar logo” is little too big?

    Here’s the screenshot.

    Thanks, Mikey3D

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    @mercime
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    @mercime

    This is a known issue and is fixed in trunk, ready for BP 1.6. If you’d like to fix this in your current installation, check this out https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/changeset/5628

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    @mikey3d
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    @mikey3d

    @mercime – I did look at the changeset/5628 of 3 files bp-core-adminbar.php, admin-bar.php and admin-bar.dev.css but I do have the same codes as 3 files. There is nothing I could change. I have the version 1.5.4. Is there a fix?

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    Paul Gibbs
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    @djpaul

    That particular commit made it into BP 1.5.3. What versions do you run, Mikey3D?

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    @mikey3d
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    @mikey3d

    @djpaul

    BuddyPress: 1.5.4
    WordPress: 3.3.1

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    @mikey3d
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    @mikey3d

    Is there a problem?

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    @mikey3d
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    @mikey3d

    Is there a solution?

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    Paul Gibbs
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    @djpaul

    If I had any ideas, I’d share them. Is your site public? Can you share a link?

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    @mikey3d
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    @mikey3d

    @djpaul It’s exactly the same thing my site and buddypress.og have too large avatar mystery man. Here’s the screenshot I just showing you above here. What more can I tell you?

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    Paul Gibbs
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    @djpaul

    You’re right that it had broken in trunk again; I’ve just fixed it, and so it’ll update on BuddyPress.org soonish. Thanks for pointing that out.

    I tested the 1.5 branch, and the 1.5.4 tag, and both worked fine. On your site, are you able to look at the large gravatar with a CSS inspector and see if it’s picking up these styles:

    #wp-admin-bar-user-info img.avatar {
    height: 64px;
    width: 64px;
    }

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    Paul Gibbs
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    @djpaul

    I’ve also just updated testbp.org to trunk (with this fix in) so compare its gravatar against yours, and see what’s happening with the styling.

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    @mikey3d
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    @mikey3d

    Thanks, @djpaul – you are welcome!

    I use firefox web developer tool to check CSS inspector:

    `/wp-admin/load-styles.php?c=0&dir=ltr&load=admin-bar,wp-admin&ver=7f0753feec257518ac1fec83d5bced6a

    #wp-admin-bar-user-info .avatar{
    position: absolute;
    left: -72px;
    top: 4px;
    }`

    There is missing codes. It takes awhile for me to find where is the admin-bar.css file? I found it is in /wp-includes/css/admin-bar.css and it works but you mention that you fixed it in BuddyPress version and I fixed it in WordPress version?

    Am I misunderstanding something?

    Thanks, Mikey3D

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    Paul Gibbs
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    @djpaul

    Are you using the WP Toolbar (what you see on testbp.org) or the BuddyBar (BuddyPress’ older bar)?

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    @mikey3d
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    @mikey3d

    Yes, I’m using WP toolbar only in wp-admin and buddybar but I only see WP toolbar that has avatar when mouse cursor on the text “Howdy, username“, not buddybar.

    This might be a new-ish edge case we haven’t caught, since the toolbar became mandatory in wp-admin in WP 3.3. I’ll test BuddyBar on 1.5.4 this evening (I was testing the WP Toolbar previously which might explain).

    Hey, you’re right (again).

    Fixed (again). Most tedious bug ever.

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