when a local user has an invalid access token and wants to load a remote avatar, that avatar is broken (head, arms are stuck).
That thing should not happen because the remote user has an avatar and has a valid token as well.
Therefore, the network info should be fine. However, I found that if local user has an invalid access token, the remote avatar is not loaded, it is replaced by the default one (broken).
I found a workaround, just sending through the network properties the remote access token, but it's not a correct solution.
Has anyone faced this issue?
Thanks in advace for any help.