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Image Upload Again

The on again off again image loading is off again.

See any acknowledgment on the Blogger Status page? Not as of 3/21 10:40 PST.

Image Uploading No Longer Working?
image upload using OPERA

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CameraDawktor said…
Blogger Support responded to the e-mail I sent about the picture uploader. They wanted to know how big the files were, the names of the files, what browser I was using, what mode of composing I was using, etc.

I was encouraged that they would ask such in-depth questions, and I noticed a friend's blog was temporarily down because he was having picture problems as well.

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