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This problem is Serious. It started maybe 15:00 PDT today, and 6 hours later, there are maybe 20 separate threads, many with multiple different Bloggers complaining. It is affecting both blogs with Classic templates, and with Layouts templates, though not consistently.

Picture uploading is returning
bX-gcdngf
Additional information
blogID: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
uri: /upload-image.do
host: www2.blogger.com



The problem is not consistent!


I managed to upload this to The Real Blogger Status - Beta (Layouts template). I got this error, though, when uploading to this blog (Classic template), and to Nitecruzr Test (Classic template) and to Nitecruzr Test New Template (Layouts template).

It does not respond to clearing of cache and cookies (I tried twice).

This may be one for Blogger Support to work on, and hopefully urgently.

(Edit 3/14 17:00): Blogger has updated the problem, as Resolved.

(Edit 3/14 9:00): Blogger has acknowledged the problem.
We apologize for the trouble and are working on fixing the error.


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