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Foreign pictures in my design !

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It seems that we now get 'random' pictures with the designs :wacko:

 

  • It is not all designs
  • It is consistent (same design always gives same wrong pictures).

In case it helps, here are 2 examples:

 

  • https://www.youmagine.com/designs/reptar-xy-version-two'>https://www.youmagine.com/designs/reptar-xy-version-two'>https://www.youmagine.com/designs/reptar-xy-version-two'>https://www.youmagine.com/designs/reptar-xy-version-two
  • https://www.youmagine.com/designs/reptar-xy

Note that when you 'search' a design, the thumbnail image is correct (search 'reptar' for the above examples)

 

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Not only in yours...

It seems that we now get 'random' pictures with the designs :wacko:

 

  • It is not all designs

  • It is consistent (same design always gives same wrong pictures).

In case it helps, here are 2 examples:

 

Note that when you 'search' a design, the thumbnail image is correct (search 'reptar' for the above examples)

 

Like the flower design of you XY blocks! ;-)

But serious..To me this looks like a simple problem in the web programming. Should be easy to fix for the programmer ...

 

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Wait! eSherpa is both an electric cart AND a phone case??!??!?!!? Boy technology these days...

 

YES! just put the case in warm water and it turns to a electric cart - put the cart in cold water and it transforms back to a iPhone6 case..

:-)

 

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