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Something weird going on with YouMagine thumbnails/3D previews

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Hope this is the right subforum for this; I didn't see any specifically for YouMagine.

I was looking at one of my models on YouMagine, and discovered that, while the assembled model view looked correct, the thumbnails and 3D previews of the individual components were all wrong.  (See screenshots below.) I downloaded the STL for one of the "wrong" components, and it was the correct file, so it looks like the website's just getting some of its wires crossed when displaying STL files (the plain images all seem to be okay). So I looked around a bit, and found some models that are showing the same problem, but others aren't.

And I don't know if it's related or not, but attempting to sort search results by "Newest" isn't working either. It gives the same results as "Relevant" (and in fact changes the dropdown to "Relevant" instead of "Newest").

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Hi Shipbrook,

First of all, thank you for your engagement with YouMagine. We would also like to say that we really like the designs you shared! They're really awesome looking.

The problems with the rendered images and the search functions are fixed. If you run into any more problems, please let us know.

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it looks better this way
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