On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 01:26:39PM +0200, Alexander Burger wrote:
> The difference may be that the logo and the picture in the +User object
> have the "correct" file extension. In case of the logo it is ".png", and
> for the user picture it is ".jpg".
> 
> In case of the (embeddedable) blobs it it just ".d", to avoid any
> assumption about the type of the blob. After all, it should be possible
> to upload all kind of media in the future (currently only 'img' and
> 'video' are expected, though).
> 
> Could it be that the browser insists on a proper file name extension?

Hmm, now I tried here locally with 'firefox', 'w3m' and 'links2 -g'.
While firefox displays the image, w3m and links2 don't. Only if I change
the extension to '.jpg' instead of '.d', all browsers display the
picture.

Too bad! What's the correct way to handle this?

Cheers,
- Alex
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