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From any of my SE accounts, when I go to "Flair", the account specific flair is displayed correctly and its HTML source works; however the combined flair is never correctly displayed and the corresponding image is not found even if I follow the link. The link to the SE profile works though, and on that linked profile page I can clearly see all of my accounts with the right reputation.

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Am I missing something?

I found this thread, but 2 more of my accounts have reputation greater than 200 so it should display the sum.

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    I don't know why is that, probably because of some blocks. Either way, I see it. Do you see the image after following the link? – nicael Jul 3 '15 at 13:25
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    No, I end up on a page with a derp panda saying something went wrong – Mister Mystère Jul 3 '15 at 14:04
  • The panda tried to climb the slide but fell? – Universal Electricity Jul 3 '15 at 15:14
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Okay, so I can see it properly:

But as you can't see it directly for some unknown reasons, try seeing it when passed through my server:

http://justachat.freevar.com/exget.php?url=https://stackexchange.com/users/flair/153248.png

Though actually, if you go about embedding your flair somewhere, you can embed the normal non-rerouted one, because seems that only you have the problem with not seeing it (or anyone else can't see the original flair?).

The workaround I provided is just so as it'd be possible for you to see it :)

(As for the workaround: I have /exget.php?url={any-url-here} just in case I want to get something from another server and use in my codes, but javascript often doesn't allow it because cross-origin calls with it are prohibited - so I made the simple rerouter in php. Seems we can make use of it there :)

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    I can see both on my home PC now, that is weird. When I posted this question I was on my work computer - I only have notions of network engineering so I can't explain it, but I assume it has something to do with the network setup at work then. – Mister Mystère Jul 3 '15 at 22:54

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