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10/4/12
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Andy New

Today I discovered that the counters in my albums were reset to 0.

Today I discovered that the counters in my albums were reset to 0. What happened to the counters?
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mike smith.
10/4/12
mike smith.
Hi

Are these 'Only You' picasa web albums ...or are all your web albums (Limited/Public) affected

Since I have a feeling that 'your views' might have been removed from the web album photo's view counter's results for your web albums...but that's just a guess
Paul Kandler, M.D.
10/4/12
Paul Kandler, M.D.
All mine have been reset to 0 also. Public albums.  What gives?
Paul Kandler, M.D.
10/4/12
Paul Kandler, M.D.
Get Marissa Mayer back!!!
Larraine Dunk
10/4/12
Larraine Dunk
All of my albums have been reset to O also.  The Album I shared (limited) is the one that I would like to see how many have been looking at the photos. I turned off my Computer and then turned it back on, but is still O.
pixelshooter1
10/4/12
pixelshooter1
Marissa is busy, elsewhere.
She's now a big wheel on a small machine whereas, previously,
she was a small wheel on a big machine.
She's not coming back!
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john pullin
7/24/16
john pullin
The question remains.Why impose a minimum limit on the true count?This reminds me of the recent  primary controversy between the popular vote count and what the rules committee decides,overriding the peoples'choice for Presidential candidate.But seriously what's 250 votes or views on your photo images....a lot if you ask the number of folks still experiencing the counter problem,years after I first posted the difference between the old system and the new one, which Chrome doesn't even support now.Did the 'Operation Paper Clip'gang invade Google when no one was watching? There seems to be far too much of this stuff going on nowadays.Regards! JP.
 

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