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H. G. Muller wrote on 2020-05-18 UTC

This worked like a charm, thanks! Indeed no need for archives. I uploaded the entire set of 2-kanji tiles for the large Shogi variants to the Maka Dai Dai Shogi graphics directory in a flash.

I did detect an irregularity, though: the directory to which I now uploaded (/membergraphics/MSmakadaidaishogi) was initially empty. Which surprised me, because I did have two images in the article. On closer inspection, it turned out that these images are in /membergraphics/MSmakadaidaishog , i.e. without the final 'i'. Apparently the old upload script had clipped the filename. So these old image files are now outside my grasp to manage. (Not that there is any need for that now, but I still wanted to report it.)

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