[other] - cached graphics (not moving pictures)

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    Installed the latest SVN and noticed I was missing a load of graphics (eg. last.fm and My Music MePo plus a few button backgrounds etc).

    I deleted the Moving Pictures folder and removed the cache folder for the skin but still had the same problem. Lot of errors in error.log about texture caching. I ended up deleting several other folders in the cache and only then did MP load all the graphics.

    Spent too long trying to get it to work so logs have been overwritten.

    As far as I am aware everything I deleted were jpg files. Only big files were the ones downloaded as artist pics via audioscrobbler plugin. Other folders were pics (all jpg) and onlinevids (which I believe were jpgs)

    Is this the same issue as the Moving Pictures problem or something else?


     
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