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Can't select an image

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Often, I go through all searches my image shave come up in, looking for somewhere something erroneous may have occurred, probably by me putting in a bad keyword.

 

Found one today, with tent-making bats coming up under a search for vampire bats.

 

Was going to open the image to check the keywords and description, but while I can find it, I am unable to select and edit it.

 

It doesn't tell me it's deleted or anything. Simply won't select. Have tried new browser window, etc.

 

any ideas?

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On 26/06/2019 at 09:14, chris_rabe said:

Often, I go through all searches my image shave come up in, looking for somewhere something erroneous may have occurred, probably by me putting in a bad keyword.

 

Found one today, with tent-making bats coming up under a search for vampire bats.

 

Was going to open the image to check the keywords and description, but while I can find it, I am unable to select and edit it.

 

It doesn't tell me it's deleted or anything. Simply won't select. Have tried new browser window, etc.

 

any ideas?

 

Hi Chris: Just a thought- have you (or maybe Alamy) deleted the image ? I have some doubles that I have deleted, and they are still showing in searches (I guess because a deletion takes 6 months, if not deleted before it goes 'on sale'). I had the same problem recently, then realised what had happened.

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