I've been importing pictures from wikimedia commons and the top half shows up fine, but the bottom half of some of the images is just a grey rectangle.
Does anyone know how to fix this?
Thanks a bunch.
I was trying to do that from different sites other than WC and the same thing happened to me. Maybe we should report a problem.
Same problem, I then used a snipper and copied the image as it couldn't be saved then added it from my comp instead. It then worked fine
Ah, alright. Thought it was me doing something wrong. I think I'll report it.
Thanks very much to the both of you.
Me too same problem, just having to upload them from my PC been having this issue for 3 days, quite annoying.
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