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profile page not showing remote profile avatars when their site is down

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Friendika 12 years ago
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      mod/profile.php

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mod/profile.php

@ -338,12 +338,17 @@ function profile_content(&$a, $update = 0) {
else
$sparkle = '';
// We received this post via a remote feed. It's either a wall-to-wall or a remote comment. The author is
// known to us and is reflected in the contact-id for this item. We can use the contact url or redirect rather than
// use the link in the feed. This is different than on the network page where we may not know the author.
$profile_name = ((strlen($item['author-name'])) ? $item['author-name'] : $item['name']);
$profile_avatar = ((strlen($item['author-avatar'])) ? $item['author-avatar'] : $item['thumb']);
// We would prefer to use our own avatar link for this item because the one in the author-avatar might reference a
// remote site (which could be down). We will use author-avatar if we haven't got something stored locally.
// We use this same logic block in mod/network.php to determine it this is a third party post and we don't have any
// local contact info at all. In this module you should never encounter a third-party author, but we still will do
// the right thing if you ever do.
$diff_author = (($item['url'] !== $item['author-link']) ? true : false);
$profile_name = (((strlen($item['author-name'])) && $diff_author) ? $item['author-name'] : $item['name']);
$profile_avatar = (((strlen($item['author-avatar'])) && $diff_author) ? $item['author-avatar'] : $item['thumb']);
$profile_link = $profile_url;
$drop = '';

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