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Thank you.
I hope your problem has now been solved.
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No.  Still have cache problems.  See my java question URLConnection after I
update it first.... today.  Thanks
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Maybe the answer shouldn't have been accepted yet if there are still problems.
But doesn't using a different src=URL for the img each time defeat the cache?
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