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Disappearing Images #4

Here's a picture that my bud, Roberto, sent me from his computer.

This is Roberto's view of his blog, in Firefox.



This is my view of the same post, again in Firefox.



This is my view of the same post in Internet Explorer, and according to Roberto, is exactly what he sees from his computer.


You are welcome to view Roberto's blog, and his post, The New 'Save' on Post Editor.

Bloggers current advice is that missing images are from blog posts where the pictures are uploaded, then the post deleted. Roberto and I had an IM conversation, on May 22, where he assured me that he had not deleted his post. As a matter of fact, he had created it that very day, yet Firefox was omitting the images right in front of his eyes.

I've been writing about this problem for many months, before New Blogger (or even Beta Blogger) was even public.

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