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Pinni

Why did the website randomly give me a profile picture from my computer?

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Why did the website randomly give me a profile picture from my computer?

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lol, probably because you thought you had selected a different image at the time?

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2 minutes ago, Pinni said:

Why did the website randomly give me a profile picture from my computer?

It doesn't, that would be impossible to do as the site has absolutely no way of access your PC. It just auto-grabs your Gravatar display picture associated with your email address the exact same way any Wordpress blog would.

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1 minute ago, Koby said:

It doesn't, that would be impossible to do as the site has absolutely no way of access your PC. It just auto-grabs your Gravatar display picture associated with your email address the exact same way any Wordpress blog would.

Oh, yeah sorry. I didn't notice I had an account xD
 

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