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    #8840

    jacoline
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    In my case it would be in same folder (agree would be to complicated otherwise).

    I think it is only important for users with alot of media (like me). Less than a 1000 is not a problem to look after this. If the server says 945 files and the medialist says 946 files then there prolly is a file with 2 Mxx numbers. Except if the system also contains external media. But as I know they do not show in medialist for local files 🙂

    1) You can have a media file at server called “giraf.jpg”. This media file can have more than 1 Mxxx number ex: M204 and M1415. This happend to me by media uploaded by ftp and using the “unused media” where I created the Mxxx number. If new users have alot of media with no links they would the Mxxx numbers like this. If you by accident click at the same “giraf.jpg” more than 1 time you add more Mxxx numbers.

    Imagine you have 100 files. You see them in unused! The selector is 10 (to view). You click at the 10 and just make close at the window (where you do not update the “unused medialist”) then it happens you can do this! If you have many you want to spare the time for the “update”.

    2) Oh I did not see there! Was not logic to me to look after this in that area after you made the sanity request. Thank you 🙂

    P.S. You can see it by me cause I still have 1 more Mxxx number than files in that server folder.

    Regards,
    Jamie Jaconelli

    admin and owner of:
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