Hi I have shared a topic on digg. And just realised that I have clicked on wrong picture for that story.
How can I edit it and change the photo for correct one. Please.
No the only thing you can do is add a comment in the comment section of your item.
ok thanks. They give you a choice as to what pic shows and I clicked on wrong one so now looks like I dont know which boat was the sydney. It has the sydney 111 aircraft carrier instead of sydney 11. But what the heck.
Thanks for your help
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