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  1. 10 Mar '04 17:18
    Some people's rating graphs don't show up correctly on my computer, with (too) deep depths and (too) high peaks. I'm using IE 6.

    Anybody else experiencing this problem?

    Olav
  2. 10 Mar '04 18:13
    Yes, I see what you mean. I just looked at T1000's profile and his is like this. But most others are fine. I'm on IE6 as well but somehow don't feel that its the cause.
  3. 11 Mar '04 17:27
    Looking for some kinda connection (I red a good detective lately... ), I found out that all the people I've encountered having this problem so far, are original Pawn-Stars.

    I would like to hear some more about it, especially from people using other browser, because just like Skip, I doubt it that IE is the cause.

    Olav
  4. Standard member eyeqpc
    Robbo
    11 Mar '04 18:08
    I have had a look at T1000's on both IE6 and Mozilla Firefox, and both show the graph in exactly the same way, so I do not think this is a browser issue

    -Robbo
  5. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    11 Mar '04 18:17
    That is the most messed up thing I ever saw! What happened!

    We all see this, right?

    http://www.riwire.com/images/T1000.gif

    If you hover over the graph T1000 is rated under 1500 the whole time? This is strange.

    P-
  6. 11 Mar '04 20:09
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    That is the most messed up thing I ever saw! What happened!

    We all see this, right?

    http://www.riwire.com/images/T1000.gif

    If you hover over the graph T1000 is rated under 1500 the whole time? This is strange.

    P-
    That is indeed what I see.

    O.
  7. Standard member eyeqpc
    Robbo
    11 Mar '04 20:12
    And what I see in both browsers
  8. Standard member Cheshire Cat
    Sparky
    11 Mar '04 21:51
    I see the same with Opera.
  9. 11 Mar '04 22:00
    Originally posted by LivingLegend
    Looking for some kinda connection (I red a good detective lately... ), I found out that all the people I've encountered having this problem so far, are original Pawn-Stars.

    I would like to hear some more about it, especially from people using other browser, because just like Skip, I doubt it that IE is the cause.

    Olav
    But not all original pawnstars as my graph is just fine. Maybe original pawn stars who have their wings?

    Ncrosby
  10. Standard member flexmore
    Quack Quack Quack !
    11 Mar '04 22:13
    probly best if the picture goes a little bit fuzzy when you look at the personals of an aging pawnstar.
  11. 11 Mar '04 22:21
    Originally posted by ncrosby
    But not all original pawnstars as my graph is just fine. Maybe original pawn stars who have their wings?

    Ncrosby
    No, yours has one error too, you dropped from 1258 to 1182 after losing a game to a 1500 player! Yours just isn't as bad as the others we've encountered.

    Olav
  12. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    11 Mar '04 23:28
    Originally posted by LivingLegend
    No, yours has one error too, you dropped from 1258 to 1182 after losing a game to a 1500 player! Yours just isn't as bad as the others we've encountered.

    Olav
    Come back Russ. All is forgiven.
  13. Standard member Marinkatomb
    wotagr8game
    12 Mar '04 00:25
    Im on IE 5.5 and i see the same prob.

    ¬~
  14. 12 Mar '04 03:02
    Originally posted by LivingLegend
    No, yours has one error too, you dropped from 1258 to 1182 after losing a game to a 1500 player! Yours just isn't as bad as the others we've encountered.

    Olav
    Oh, yeah, I see that now. Strange stuff.

    ncrosby
  15. 12 Mar '04 16:20
    I think this is a time issue. My graph does the same - it's gone from March 2004 to March 2002, so all of the games that should be at the start of my graph have disappeared, all those that should be at the end are at the start, and those at the end are from 2 years ago. At least that's the way it looks to me