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Hi I just went to put in a child's rolling pin and it came in so huge that it virtually covered the screen. Product number is B000ICXLTW or page http://www.amazon.com/Toysmith-6091-Toy … olling+pin
Also B000V5PC70 http://www.amazon.com/Colgate-SpongeBob … B000V5PC70
Might want to check into this issue.
I find the same thing, Lorelei. ALL the images I try to add are huge and fuzzy. Since I'm having to rework every Hub, this is a big problem and so is trying to line up a text box with its product. Those arrows move thing around arbitrarily. I'm so frustrated.
Me, too, but only on some of them. It seems to mostly be the products that are long and standing upright like cans of bug spray or Lysol, for instance. Very weird!
There is an amazon bug right now that will flip the Hub back to its pre-edit mode. Refresh and everything will go back to where it should be. It is a pain but fortunately just a bug that refreshing fixes. Sometimes you have to refresh the screen a few times while you are working on updating.
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