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    Senior Member ceetee's Avatar
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    I'm getting ghostly effects from images which have been deleted. I vaguely remember that the result of image operations are cached by php. And there is a function for clearing the cache. The trouble is I can't remember what it is called except it had *stat* in the name. Does anybody know what I'm talking about?

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    Senior Member nsr81's Avatar
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    There and Back Again :Ogre:

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    Alright, first you have to free the memory that the pointer is pointing at... then once you do, you can delete pointer and it will be deleted, if you want the commands, I can post back.

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    Senior Member ceetee's Avatar
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    Found the problem, not php at all. The browser was smart enough to know the old image had been overwritten, and displayed the new image correctly. The javascript in a popup which measured the image width wasn't and used the dimensions from the old cached image.


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