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I have commented on this answer (comments indicate that my updated combined flair may be visible to others), but my combined flair is still not updating to reflect my first gold badge, which I received a few weeks ago. I have cleared my browser cache and cookies, etc. and hard-refreshed the network profile site showing the flair, as well as manually cutting and pasting the JPG URL. It is still not reflecting my badges correctly. The URL is here. What should I do to fix this?

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You earned your badge on Database Administrators, where you have 195 reputation points.

The flair image only shows badges for sites where you have at least 200 points, so is not (yet) included in your flair.

As noted on the flair page:

(please note that only sites where you have more than 200 reputation will appear, and that flair is only updated once every 24-36 hours.)

Just another 5 points more and it'll show up!

As a consolation price, here is the flair image for just dba, as of the time of this answer:

SabreWolfy DBA flair

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Damn, you're too fast. When are you sleeping? – Daniel Fischer Jan 12 '13 at 22:28
@DanielFischer: Sleeping, what's that? – Martijn Pieters Jan 12 '13 at 22:29
I was afraid you'd be another one of those. – Daniel Fischer Jan 12 '13 at 22:30
Yes, I see that note on the flair page -- right above the code I copied and pasted. Can't believe I missed it. Thanks :) – SabreWolfy Jan 12 '13 at 22:31
Yay -- there is my first gold badge ;) – SabreWolfy Jan 12 '13 at 22:32
May it be the first of many, congrats! – Martijn Pieters Jan 12 '13 at 22:32

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