After clicking to enlarge a few images, the ones previously marked as not available are now available. Obviously some bug in the web software is in need of stomping.
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If you run across this again try clear the cache on your browser and restarting it. Let us know if that doesn't help.
The programmer in me suspects that when I clicked on an image, displaying the more detailed page with an enlarged image, this resulted in a full page refresh when I returned to the original page of thumbnails. Or, it might have caused one improperly initialized var to finally get set up correctly. Everything worked after that. It might be repeatable by visiting the site "for the first time" and beginning by using the embedded "save proof" button in each thumbnail. After a few dozen, most of them were giving the error. I haven't had time to try that, but it could be a clue for the UI team.
I'll report it if something like this happens again.
I have this same issue almost every week. Every image I try to save to my library says "Licenses for this image are no longer available." Its getting annoying. Clearing the cache has not helped.
Also I’m getting this other error ever so often today and having to restart Firefox to get back into the site:
400 Bad Request
Request Header Or Cookie Too Large
I’ve had this issue before as well. All the bugs are getting to be an issue and really slowing down productivity. I'm using Firefox on OS X El Capatain.
Hey Paper Patina,
It seems you posted the same issue on another thread as well.
Kindly review and try the steps shared and let us know.