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  • File:JLA-Z Vol 1 1 Textless.jpg cannot display all of the characters and items who appear.

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    • Has anyone looked at this? The solution is to just add more rows.

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    • Duh. It's not a bug, it's a design limitation, because we could reasonably expect 100 to be sufficient to cover all images. And now there's one with 103...

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    • Don't be rude, please. These "design limitations" are good guesses and then they break, so please fix it.

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    • They're not broken. There's 100 of them and all 100 work fine. It's a capacity issue.

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    • Why do you insist on being cryptic? Are you saying that it's not *possible* to add more than 100?

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    • Koavf wrote: Why do you insist on being cryptic? Are you saying that it's not *possible* to add more than 100?

      Tupka's not being cryptic. It's not a bug. The limit is 100. You surpassed the limit. The remainder don't show up. I've added some more spots. I'm not going to add more spots than those. I'm also going to remove those items you added to that image. If the item is not the subject of the image, it shouldn't be included in the subject list.

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    • I don't know what "it's a capacity issue" means. Evidently, we *can* have more than 100, so the solution was what I proposed the entire time. What is the issue *other* than just adding three more rows to the template?

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    • Just say thank you. I don't have the juice to deal with your 'tude today, bruh.

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    • I am, in fact thankful--yes, thank you for making the edit that fixed this display issue. Pardon me if I seemed ungrateful.

      Still not clear on what Olof was trying to say above, so he can explain if he wants.

      If the word "bug" is the hang-up, then call it a "feature request" or somesuch.

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