I noticed that the "Tweet this" feature in the Twitter Module showing the "Tweet Sending..." and "Tweet Submitted" images. I kept getting broken image errors.
So I went into the "sendtweet.php" file and found the line at the bottom where it links the images, and noticed that the directory was missing ".".
It was "./modules/twitter/templates/images/tweet_submitted.gif"
The same thing was an issue in the templates folder in the "twitter_js.tpl" file.
Sorry if that was confusing, but if you followed me, and applied the fix, then it should work for you now, as it does for me.
Not a huge deal, but I figure whenever there are broken images it just makes the site seem more janky and unprofessional, so it's good to get things looking as clean as possible.
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