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AFAIK, this isn't possible. Everytime I upload an image, gravatar's system forces me to "crop" it. I believe they just extract the first frame from an animated image. Check this blog post, you can see in the comments where people are complaining about this issue and png transparency too. EDIT: Since there's a bounty for this question, here is a another ...


With Gravatar you just add a new email to your account using sub-addressing and set up a new image attached with each of the different versions of the same email address. E.g. Your base email address is, with sub-addressing, this can become any of the following: ...


This is not possible anymore without re-uploading the original Twitter Egg image.


Settings > Profile > Picture > Delete this image.


I had the same problem, I had to go into my gmail contacts and delete all the entries for myself. After I did that, voila all fixed. To get to contacts, select the GMAIL button the on top left and a drop down will appear where you can select Contacts. Make sure and remove the contact entries for yourself under "My Contacts" and "Other Contacts".


You can't. When you select an image for your buddy icon, Flickr will create a copy of it and allow you to play around with that. Not all buddy or profile icons have a corresponding photo page under the account as it may not even be from that Flickr user's album. But, you can at least find out who owns the profile when you hit them up. Their profile ...


You could edit this person's contact info on your Gmail contacts and set the picture you want (a grey square if you wish).


I suspect this is linked to a google plus profile, perhaps the email is used/verified on a google plus public page or profile, or just the email of someone with an account on Google Plus. I checked the original text of a message that I've seen this, and there was no X-Face header, or any other headers with images. However, hovering over the From line, in ...


If you're seeing a rough black-and-white picture, the email you're reading could include the X-Face header, set by the sender. See


Well perhaps is using their domain with google apps. Can't say for sure, but that is how i found out, with my personal email address being on google apps as well.


A Great post is here. tl;dr Make the cover image 850px315px, cut your profile at 125px125 upload at 200x200px Read the link above, also here, for the full text on what he did. Disclosure: The link these are taken from is not on a page or site owned/operated by myself but rather found through Google. The images are owned by that page and are posted ...


This sounds like a bug. Are you still seeing the issue? Could you email with more details, and include the image you are trying to upload? I should note that there is a 10mb upload limit.


You should take a look at the integrated product set of and jump to their development documentation. I had the IM installed on my site and saw other click-in products like various graphical chatrooms, mobile editions etc... all controllable via one admin panel and they are all integrated. The admin side is enterprise ...


From Twitter Support (DM): Alex, there is no longer an option to delete - you must upload a new photo to replace the old one. 22 Aug at 22:21 Update 02/06/2012: This is now possible again. And the result:

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