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7/7/2016 8:10 AM
 

Hi folks.  I'm an old user of DNN, but hadn't used it since 4.x.  And yikes!  It's changed.  Very nice work.  But anyway, I have a skin where I want to change the avatar image.  It really conflicts with my colors.  However, even though I looked at the code 'ProcessImage.ashx.cs', I cannot, for the life of me, find out which folder the image is located on the website.  I assume there is an image for the host, and/or admin.  That's the one I want to change.

Any ideas on how to do this?  It's associated with the line: 

<img title="Profile Avatar" src="/DnnImageHandler.ashx?mode=profilepic&amp;userId=1&amp;h=32&amp;w=32" alt="">

Thanks in advance for any help that's offered.  I really tried to not have to bother anyone, but I just am too stupid to find it!

 
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