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I accidentally uploaded the wrong photograph of a cat, so I then uploaded the correct image. What I see is the cat sitting there, but if I click on the image I see another image (the wanted one) of cat and book. Weird! Do others see this too?

 

I see the cat+book in both sizes, so I wouldn't worry about it.

 

wingCamperfanwing 10 mos ago
I see
A statue of a white cat behind a brown fencing of some sort, and your book, wrapped in plastic at the foreground.

 

A statue of a white cat behind a brown fencing of some sort, and your book, wrapped in plastic at the foreground.


Me too.

 

Don't worry. This is due to caching in your browser and/or the proxy server. It'll go away eventually - but it might take a few days depending on your environment.

 

 

The computer I loaded the photograph from and another.
I just tried deleting the photograph. That appeared to work, as the image disappeared. Then I uploaded the correct image. It's back to the same two images.

 

I just tried deleting the photograph. That appeared to work, as the image disappeared. Then I uploaded the correct image. It's back to the same two images.

If you do that you have to make a complete new JE. Just deleting the image and replacing it does not work (as I found out once)

 

Thank you for that advice. I deleted the release and made a new one. All good now.

 

Thank you for that advice. I deleted the release and made a new one. All good now.

You're welcome :-)

 

I've had similar issues with journal entry photos for almost a year (see forum thread below).

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/539333

When I first noticed the problem, it would take a day or so for the photo issue to sort itself out. Now, for me at least, it seems to take 3-4 months (for the most recent example).

I'm just now especially careful to upload the correct photo the first time!

 

Are you sure you want to delete this item? It cannot be undone.