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Admin,

 

For the past couple months, I've only been able to upload pictures via the "basic uploader". Meaning I can only upload one picture at a time.

 

At first I thought it was a linux/flash issue but I have that problem on Windows as well.

 

Also it won't accept PNG images.

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