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hotrodtractor
Anybody ever notice that your posted pics change. I think it is when you post another pic with the same file name it changes a old posted pic. Does the site not save the pics. Seems weird that my yr old posts get the pics changed when I did not change them? What gives?

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PhanDad
I believe each post adds the pics to the thread as it is retrieved; the pics are stored separately from the text, etc. So if you don't use unique pic names each time, the pic "in storage" is changed. Then every post that references that pic uses the "new" pic. Hope this makes sense.

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