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Fergus Duniho wrote on 2020-05-16 UTC

The new version of the new file manager is now up. Instead of reusing the original filename for reduced files, it saves each reduced file under its own name. This lets you see it correctly instead of seeing a cached version of the original image. Instead of restoring backups, you may choose to delete the new files. Instead of choosing to delete backups, you can choose to keep the new files. This will replace the original files with the new files and delete any other reduced versions of the same image. Since I don't know how to automatically purge a file from Cloudflare's cache, it will look like the original file for a while. For reduced files, this is not a big deal. If you redraw an image and use the same name as an old one, that's a bigger problem, but it goes beyond what the file manager let's you do on its own.


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