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Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders jonjonjon 2/6/09 1:25 AM
Dome of my folders do not appear in picasa even though the parent directory is selected.
when i try to upload a specific folder that did not appear in the picasa tree i dont see the pictures in it.
all my folders contain photos in jpeg and tiff format and appear when i browse in my mac finder or click on the folder.
this is strange and is making me crazy... what could be the problem?
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Scott K 2/20/09 7:55 AM
i've got the same issues... thought it was a corrupted database creation... but i've repeated the process about 6 times with vastly differing image counts each time....  worked on it for a couple hours then got tired of it....
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Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Yanne 2/22/09 12:05 PM
Same for me... Sometimes it does show the folder, while a day later when starting picasa it no longer shows that folder. In addition, Picasa does not always show all photos from a certain folder (while again, another day, the whole folder is shown). The problems occurs very regularly, but always with different folders (some with a lot and some with very few photos in it).
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders jjcc 2/25/09 6:31 PM
i have the same problem with picasa not adding folders inside of a watched folder or even if i tell picasa to add a folder directly.  for example i keep telling picasa to add a folder with about 12 sub folders and for some reason it only see's 3 of them...

i'm running mac os 10.4.11 on a mac mini with 2 gigs of ram and intel duo 1.6 processor.  this software would be really exciting if they can fix the bugs.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders tham 3/18/09 6:17 AM
i am running windows XP
the problem is the same
in an erratic way folder do not show

how can we find a solution? we all agree about the problem but what's next?
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Mark108 4/17/09 1:03 AM
Have you tried looking elsewhere in Picasa?  I was posting a "same same" here but I wondered how jjcc could tell Picasa to add the file directly so I looked until I found the menu option (File>Add folder to Picasa) and added it but still no joy.  Then I noticed that the folder was showing among the folders on my desktop even though it was a sub sub folder hanging off my C:\Photos folder.  I can't even move it to the right location as it wants me to move the folder on my C: drive which is already in the right position.
Folders in Picasa would have to be the biggest annoyance on what is otherwise a very useful program.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders snapshots2009 4/18/09 4:38 AM
Yes, same problem. After quitting and restarting picasa it would continue to load some files but would soon stop.
It does not appear to be related to corrupt files but may be related to RAW files.
This is extremely frustrating. Hope someone from Google is reading this. Cheers
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders steven1960 5/27/09 11:02 AM
Hi,

I have had some success by using the Folder Manager, right clicking on the folder of interest, and selecting Show Children. Unfortunately, that doesn't make all sub folders visible.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders shortindiangirl 5/29/09 12:25 AM
I notice that if I create a folder (with the OS, not in Picasa - although creating a folder from within Picasa is a whole different problem), while Picasa is open, then Picasa decides that it does not like and will not see that folder. Sometimes renaming the folder (via the OS / file manager) if you shorten the name considerably can help. Try renaming your folder "A" and relaunching Picasa - it worked a few times for me. Problem is that I don't want my folder to be named "A". I tried to rename it within Picasa, and it works as long as the name is different than the one it originally rejected. It seems to have a memory of the old name for the folder it did not like before.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders davidwhutton 5/30/09 10:38 AM
I have a similar problem on Vista. Recently-imported pictures are not displayed although they are definitely in the folder (they can be seen in Windows Explorer) and Picasa shows (approximately) the correct count for pictures in the folder. I used Windows Explorer to make a complete copy of the folder, and Picasa shows the imported pictures in this new folder -- but not in the normal sequence: when I click on the (new) folder name in the left-hand pane, the right-hand pane only shows the older (pre-import) pictures. However, if I scroll upwards, the imported pictures appear, ABOVE the folder name. Trying the same technique on the original folder does not reveal the newly-imported pictures.

THIS IS A SERIOUS PROBLEM WHICH IS NOT FIXED BY ANY OF THE TECHNIQUES CURRENTLY LISTED IN THE PICASA "MISSING PHOTOS" HELP PAGE.
http://picasa.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=32690
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders didiln 5/30/09 10:59 AM
I've got the same issues !
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders melissascheung 6/1/09 11:51 AM
I had success with removing the folder from Picasa and then adding it again.  Right click on folder to Remove it.  Then use File menu --> Add Folder.  This rescans the folder and seems to usually pick up the missing files.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders rdotr 6/1/09 3:05 PM
ive had success using /Applications/Image Capture.app to pull images from camera/create folders etc while PICASA IS CLOSED.

Then, next time picasa starts, it automatically shows the folder and adds new images to its library
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders jvc 6/3/09 10:48 PM
verify that in the "view" menu appears checked the options "small images" and "hidden images"
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders llub3r 6/17/09 5:50 AM
thanks jvc. You've got it for me. :D
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders wynhon 6/30/09 8:55 AM
'1 person says this answers the question:
I had success with removing the folder from Picasa and then adding it again.  Right click on folder to Remove it.  Then use File menu --> Add Folder.  This rescans the folder and seems to usually pick up the missing files.'....sorry but this does not work for me; remove folder from picasa, add folder and still only 10 out of about 32 photos appear. It seems very erratic wrt what it brings in in a folder and it might be something to do with Picasa being open when the folder is created.

This is really lousy and substandard from google. the old version of picasa did not seem to have any of thee problems
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Shaunna 7/22/09 11:13 AM
So, what are we supposed to do?  Is there not any technical support that we can call to fix this?  None of this helped.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders bookworm370 7/25/09 8:21 AM
Look at JVC's post above.   It worked for me like a charm!
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders vospermtb 7/26/09 10:02 PM
JVC's suggestion did not work for me though
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders mrstucci 7/27/09 1:40 PM
I am having the exact same issue and the suggestion about removing a folder and importing it again didn't work for me. I trashed all things related to Picasa and downloaded it again and imported the folders and the exact same ones that I had an issue with before, I still have an issue with. I am using Picasa on my Mac, 10.5.7. At first there was one folder affected-it should have over 1900 items and it imports 5. Then another folder is exhibiting the same issue-it should have 296 items and it shows 7. Very frustrating. Hope Google is reading these posts. We need help! Judy
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders mrstucci 8/1/09 7:05 AM
Upgraded to the latest version of Picasa...... had my fingers crossed that this would fix the above issue but alas, it was not meant to be...... Please Google, fix this issue, Judy
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders ducktarri 8/3/09 3:22 PM
click file > add folder to picassa

then select the folders where you keep your pictures and change the option to "scan always"

that worked for me
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders mrstucci 8/3/09 4:06 PM
That doesn't work for me......... Judy
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders mrstucci 8/6/09 1:51 PM
I found what fixed the issue I had with not all items being displayed....... !!! I don't use Picasa for photos, I use it for my digital scrapbooking supplies but I would guess that this would apply to photos also.
I have a folder called NEW TAG where I put newly purchased, not-yet-tagged items. When I get a few items in that folder, I open Picasa and start tagging. Before I go any further I should say that most of my folders were displaying the items all along-no problem. But for whatever reason, there was one folder that was displaying correctly and then stopped. So anyway, in my NEW TAG folder were items that I wanted to put into the folder that wasn't displaying properly but knew that that wouldn't work so I went up to File in the menu bar and selected Move to New Folder. I named the folder and moved a few things to it. It worked! Before, the old folder would only display 5 items but in actuality I had over 1900 items. Now the new folder was displaying the correct number. I got brave and went to the old folder and dragged items to the new folder and all is well!!! I lost all tagging that I had done (no small task to redo) but all the items are displayed. Yea! I hope maybe this can help someone else. Judy
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders mrstucci 8/6/09 1:52 PM
I should note that I tried creating a new folder in Finder to try and fix the issue but that didn't work-apparently creating a folder from within Picasa is the way to go. Judy
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Chesslover17 8/16/09 4:57 PM
Here's the solution I found:
* click on File \ Add folder to Picasa
* click on the folder you want to to appear
* select 'Scan Always'
* click 'OK'

Hope it works for you too.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders D2S 8/24/09 5:37 PM
Same problem here no soulution easy fix
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders cmcco004 8/25/09 6:35 AM
Previously I had no problem with importing into Picasa. No matter which method is used, it only imports 3 of the 17 images. I have tried all the above solutions and some of my own.  Nothing works!  I am using Picasa on an iMac running Mac OSX 10.5.8.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders snafu169 8/31/09 7:31 PM
This is BS, I've done everything but re-install...Helloooo google, fix your bug
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders danofsanfran 9/9/09 11:24 AM
I don't know if this will help, but it fixed the problem for me.  Somehow the parent folder of the missing folders had been set to Read Only. I would copy the pictures from my memory card to the desktop with no problem.  But when I copied them from the desktop to a folder under this Read Only parent folder, it would deny me access to the images.  Consequently Picasa would not be able to get them when it scanned the parent for new pictures.  So I tried changing the parent folder from Read Only to not Read Only.  It gave me the option to change that attribute of all the subfolders and I checked that.  Then as it was going through all the subfolders it would give me access denied messages when it tried to unset the Read Only attribute of the images in the subfolders.

So, I deleted all the subfolders and their images.  Then I set the parent folder to not Read Only.  Then I copied all the images from the desktop to new subfolders under the parent folder.  Picasa immediately saw them and added them.

I don't know how the parent folder got set to Read Only, but I have been having a lot of inexplicable things happen lately...  tickets getting lost, doors getting locked, my atm pin getting stolen.  Weird stuff.

Hope this helps.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders TrickyMisfit 9/11/09 10:57 AM
Just started "using" Picasa. The folder I want to use is directly in the C:\ tree. Does not show. Tried all the suggestions above. No joy! Tried moving the pix to a folder that does show, but, the, the pix don't show in the new folder. I can open the pix WITH Picasa but when I try to upload, I get a "not connected to the web" error msg. When I go online to Google and try to "brouser upload" nothing happens. Can't even download the ActiveX download controller. Think I'll move on to a different service and not waste more time with google!!!!
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders zapper4000 10/1/09 3:02 AM
I have this problem, WinXP SP3, Picasa 3.5.  I've had this before with images that I had resized to be very small (for Google Earth 3d textures) but now I have it with unedited photos... What is wierd is that one or two photos in a folder are being shown (always the same ones) but the rest are not listed.  Very odd.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders rocsen 10/7/09 3:02 PM
I have the same issue. WinXP SP2,Picasa 3.5

None of the images/folders on my desktop shows in Picasa. I tried everything.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders terracnosaur 10/28/09 10:48 PM
I'm having the same issue on a Mac 10.5 w/ Picasa 3.5.
Certain paths are not scanned, or do not show up in the folder browser pane.
How can I force a scan other than with the folder viewer preferences?
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Ann B.M. 10/29/09 10:16 AM
I solved my missing pictures and a previous issue with Hidden Folders.
Select Tools then Folder Manager, at the left side of the window shows all of the folders from your computer with an icon next to it. You'll see an eye, red X or green check mark. My missing folder had the green check mark which means it was SCANNED ONCE (and somehow disappeared).
Click (highlight) the folder you wish to reappear then at the right side of the window click SCAN ALWAYS. In the lower right corner you will see that folder in Watched Folders.
Click OK then *leave your Picasa program running until you see the thumbnails start to appear (about a minute).
If you have many folders sort them first by selecting View - Folder View - Sort by Name. Make sure you have View - Folder View - Flat Folder View selected to see the ENTIRE list, it will show in this order (Albums, Projects, Folders, Hidden Folders, Other Stuff) I found my Desktop and missing pictures in Other Stuff then a missing folder in Hidden Folders. You can go back to Tree View later for easier viewing.
http://picasa.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=32690  has a good guide.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Shieldmaiden 12/5/09 11:29 PM
jvc said "verify that in the "view" menu appears checked the options "small images" and "hidden images".  Worked like a charm for me.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders wolf981 12/7/09 11:03 PM
SOLVED THE PROBLEM, AT LEAST IN VISTA!
Turns out the reason Picasa did not see the pictures was that they were all HIDDEN!
To solve the problem...
1 - Go to the Pictures folder which contains all the photos and folders with photos inside.
2 - Right click to get the Properties of the Pictures folder and check the HIDDEN box.
3 - Apply, say YES to the security warning [Vista] and wait until all the folders and pictures inside the Picture folder are changed to HIDDEN.
4 - Now change the property of the Pictures folder by un-checking the HIDDEN box.
5 - Apply, say yes to the warning, and wait until all the folders and pictures are changed and no longer HIDDEN.
6 - If Picasa is running, you will immediately see it indexing the new folders and pictrres and PRESTO - all is well!  If Picasa is not open, then it will index the formerly hidden pictures the next time you use the progral.
NOTE - Vista made the pictures HIDDEN because "they came from another computer" and could have compromised security.  That's because viruses can be hidden in all sorts of files.  Sure enough, my pictures were transferred from another computer -- an older PC.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders GadgetGirl 12/15/09 1:43 AM
None of the above options worked for me. My folder were set to read only, and they were blocked but that still didn't help - not to mention the fact that the read only kept reverting back.

What did solve my problem was going to Tools>Options>File Types and then selecting the remaining file types that were not checked. Which happened to be .png and a few more. Once I did that, Picasa automatically read them after I hit "ok" and problem solved. Hope this helps a few people.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders starace7 12/17/09 9:33 PM
none of the above worked for me. I downloaded and installed picasa. the program asked to scan the entire computer or just my desktop, my pictures, and my documents. I chose the latter. it scanned and located the photos on my desktop and in my documents but it did not find any of the photos i have in my pictures. i am using vista.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Richard Rama 12/17/09 9:39 PM
I also had this problem last night.  I can't import subfolders.

Please advice workaround for Macs (duh?! this is picasa for Mac topic anyway).  It seem that the importing is different in Mac and Windows.  Thanks.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders starace7 12/17/09 9:42 PM
sorry, didn't realize i was thrown into mac users forum. not sure how i got here but obviously we all have the same problems regardless of platform.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Richard Rama 12/17/09 9:56 PM
It's ok.   I have no problem like this in Windows version.   Am just expecting the same in Mac.  Am thinking of just using iPhoto but this will mean that I cannot access these photos anymore in Windows.  Btw, I am dual-boot.

Google guyz, please shed as some light on this.  Is this how it is designed or is this a bug to be fixed?
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Farmhead 12/22/09 5:37 AM
I fixed my problem in Vista.  I started to have it after an update to Picasa.  They must have changed a default setting in the newer version.  

Go to File->Add Folder to Picasa....

This opens Picasa's folder manager dialog box.  On the left side navigate to and click to highlight the highest level folder where you keep your pictures.  Something like "My Pictures".  On the right side click on Scan Always.

Presto chango every time you open Picasa it will look to see if there is anything new in there.  

I think the old setting was to scan the whole dang computer always and it slowed things down.  Just a guess.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders tvegas89 1/30/10 10:07 AM
Go to Picasa's options, then go to file types.  Make sure you have all supported image formats checked.  This solved my issue.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders JC-Austin 2/11/10 6:44 AM
GadgetGirls's solution was the one for me as well.  Annoying that it was such a simple thing and that Picasa doesn't import PNGs but default, but at least it is fixed.  I'd recommend you try her solution as well.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Artistammy 3/21/10 4:59 PM
Just yesterday all my folders disappeared.  I tried deleting a folder from the folder manager.  Then I told it to scan always.  It added it but my tags were gone & 2 photos didn't appear.  How did they mess this up so bad?  There doesn't seem to be any fix yet.  Picasa is useless until this is fixed.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders tuggya 4/27/10 6:14 AM
i am not getting the answer right. picasa is not opening and only the photo viewer is running.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders JLSR 4/28/10 11:38 PM
I am having the same (or similar) issue.  All file types are selected so I don't think that is the problem in my case.  For example, I pulled photos from my camera and put them all in a folder for my Italy trip.  All photos show up in Picasa.  Then, I create subfolders under Italy and call them Rome, Florence and Milan.  As I move photos into the subfolders, I can see the Rome and Florence folders (with photos), but no Milan.  The photos are gone from the Italy folder but I can't see the Milan folder.  Anyone else having this problem?  I just switched to Mac a few months ago and never had this (or any) issue with Picasa for Windows.  But, I'm about to break down and buy Photoshop Elements.  I'm beginning to think you get what you pay for and this free stuff isn't working.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders bacizone 5/19/10 8:52 AM
Sorry, none of the mehtod works in Win 7.

1. Folders and file attributes are clear, no hidden, archives, etc.
2. All file types checked
3. Deleted - Added folder again

Nothing works, at least at me.

This is a very serious issue that should be addressed by Google.

If it may not be a bug, then correct information should be listed in the Picasa Help. But nothing about it!
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders dorettacornell 6/8/10 1:16 PM
None of the (few) suggestions worked -- the folders are labeled scan always, the pictures show up on my hard drive files, the folders and pictures are not hidden....and still one folder with 4 pictures shows only 3 pictures (and not the most important one!) in picasa and another whole folder is not shown in picasa. I have lsigned out and restarted, updated picases...and still these pictures do not show up.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders smd35 7/9/10 4:54 PM
i am running picasa 3 with the latest update on a MacBook OS X 10.5.8, and this problem is really annoying. I have Picasa set to monitor certain picture folders, and for some folders it does not show all the pictures that are actually in that folder. It is completely random and there is no reason why it should be doing this, as there is no difference in any of the pictures (they are all uploaded directly from my digital camera, so all relatively same size and format). This is really paralyzing me from using Picasa like I want to. I can't express how frustrating this is.

On a separate note, Picasa also shows an incorrect "Date picture taken" date for some (not all) of my photos. This is also extremely annoying because i can't rely or sort by that information unless i manually go in and change the date.

Google, please help!
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders trask768 7/11/10 10:32 AM
I think I know the cause of this bug in Picasa, at least for my version (3.0.0.57.4402.0_beta). I suspect this affects other versions as well.

It can't handle a subfolder count greater than 31 for any individual folder. In programming terms, it sounds like someone at google used a 4-bit integer to represent store the folder count. I'm guessing they were thinking pictures would be stored as Year/Month/Picture and the folder count would never get over 12.

Until google fixes this bug, you should be have Picasa scan all your folders by reorganizing the directory structure. Just always make sure each folder has 31 or less subfolders.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders fab54 8/6/10 2:40 AM
UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!
The problem has been going on for over a year now and google hasn't fixed it!!!!!!!
I am using Windows XP and non of the solutions above worked for me.

I have a folder with 7 pictures and picasa only imports 3!!

Anyone knows another application for photos?? I had enough of picasa!!
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders katavas 9/4/10 7:01 AM
Removing the folder and adding it back worked for me.  It looks like this bug was reported last year.  I am using Picasa for Mac version 3.6.7, which is the latest and greatest and the bug is still there :(.   Looks more like Microsoft than Google.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders MarcusMurphy 9/5/10 9:24 PM
The solution that I found works is first remove the folder from the scan list via the file menu. Then browse to the actual folder and delete the Picasa.ini file. Then re add the folder using the file menu once again and your pictures should appear. I suspect the file got corrupted somehow, and it is this file that directs picasa how to load the folder and the images contained. Good Luck!
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders ptrkptz 9/11/10 12:24 PM
I am experiencing the same problem...

This sucks... i hope this can be fixed...

Anyone suggest another app?
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders chelswilcox 9/12/10 6:16 AM
Had the same problem and found something that worked for me....

The folders that I believed were not appearing, actually were in the folder list but in the wrong year. Apparently my digital camera has the wrong date set on it. So the pictures were being scanned but showed up in 2005, instead of 2010. I right-clicked on the folder and edited the folder properties, changing the year.
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders hagedave 9/17/10 2:28 PM
I too had this problem.  MY problem was similar to many of the others - pictures were certainly in my folders, but Picasa wasn't seeing them. I tried reinstalling many times, getting rid of the picasa.ini files, etc.  I had also tried looking at some of the files for hidden or read only -- AND did reset them -- or so I thought.  Turns out that you need to be careful on resetting the files for not hiding and read-only, I had marked the whole "C" drive (on the left) and asked to reset all, and thought that it did. BUT evidently that didn't work (I found out afterwards), so I had to go to the individual folders on the right and do the resetting there (you can mark all of them on the right).  THIS FINALLY WORKED FOR ME..... Picasa can now see my files!  :)

Note: this was a new computer and all my files from the previous computer were transferred over - including all my photos -- but what wasn't making sense was that many, but not all of the pictures were not "read-only" or "hidden".  I have no idea how the photos were changed from/to in getting my files over to my new computer....
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders mphillips0310 10/11/10 9:41 PM
I was having this same problem with just some pix.  Just tonight I figured out that only pictures that I save directly from my Yahoo email aren't showing up.  i.e. mostly pix I took on my iPhone and then email to myself.  

To clarify, if I mouse over the attached photo on my Yahoo email, right click and select "save photo as", then save the photo, it DOES save it to my hard drive but for some reason it does not show up in the Picasa folder.  

However, if I first OPEN the photo from the email and THEN right click and  save it, it is then both in my hard drive folder AND it shows up in Picasa.  Very odd.

HTH!
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders svronline 10/17/10 10:24 AM
MarcusMurphy: Thanks, your solution worked like a charm. Guess certain files, for no rhyme or reason, get corrupted and only solution is remove them from Picasa and re-add them
Re: Picasa is not importing / showing all my folders Corner Case 11/5/10 9:10 AM
I was having Picasa stop updating when new photos were imported or just placed on disk. I would close Picasa and it wouldn't reopen until I killed the process stuck in memory. Then Folder Manager hung when I tried to open it. Reviewing other posts in other sites I came across a solution that works for me.

I located the directory in which the Picasa database is stored. Under Windows Vista this is
Desktop > {user} > AppData > Local > Google > Picasa2 > db3 (This is correct even for Picasa 3.x versions)
I located the file scanlist.txt. It was 2MB. I opened it in Notepad. The directories I want scanned are listed. I scrolled down and suddenly I saw -F:/ entries. Lots of them. Thousands. Then +G:/ entries. I deleted all of those to the end. Saved the text file. Closed Picasa. It rewrote the scanlist.txt file to 2MB. Redited the file. Saved. Restarted Picasa. Everything was fine.

The problem is that Picsasa kept remembering CD/DVD drives and USB flash drives that I have inserted in the past. And when it wanted to update photos it would have to timeout on thousands and thousands of unused/empty/disconnected drives. Erasing the excess cleared up my problem.
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