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Site Update: deviantWATCH Limitation

Fri May 10, 2013, 11:28 AM

In our continuous effort to improve the deviantART experience, we're publishing weekly Site Updates to keep members informed and to gather feedback. Below is a list of recent changes to the site, bug fixes, and feedback that was brought up by members in the last Site Update.

What's New

Limitation Added to deviantWATCH

Due to constraints within the +Watch system, we have added a 5,000 deviant limit to the amount of deviants you can +Watch. This change only affects a very small amount of deviants, all of whom have been contacted privately regarding the matter. In the future, you will receive a notification if you attempt to watch more than 5,000 deviants.

Please note also that this only affects how many deviants you can +Watch, not how many deviants can +Watch you.

Change Log

  • Profile and Group widget descriptions have been updated to be clearer. Fixed by muteor
  • Badge pages with lots of comments would load slowly. Fixed by kemayo
  • Help & FAQ was briefly unavailable. Fixed by ZombieCoder
  • Labels on transactions on the Earnings page have been updated to be clearer. Fixed by yury-n
  • A downloaded image's link could lead to a browser error. Fixed by muteor
  • The deviantARTGear store closing header was updated. Fixed by shadowhand
  • The "I Heart deviantARTGear" Badge was created and given to all past and current shoppers. Added by shadowhand
  • Deviation descriptions with a large number of links would be converted to "1". Fixed by muteor
  • The deviantFilm player wouldn't work properly when navigating from one deviation to another. Fixed by banks
  • Deviants with more than 5,000 deviants on their watch list were unable to access the Message Center. Fixed by randomduck
  • Deviation timestamps on the Browse page were not accurately rounding to the nearest time. Fixed by yury-n and shahyarg
  • Address validation on the Checkout page had display issues. Fixed by yury-n
  • For some users, the Manage Friends page could get stuck on "Building list". Fixed by shadowhand
  • Error messages on the Checkout page have been updated for clarity. Fixed by yury-n
  • The Manage Friends page did not properly sort by username. This is mostly fixed, though there are a few known cases still remaining that are currently being worked on. Fixed by shadowhand
  • Shipping quotes for Fine Art Prints were not working for Serbia and Albania. Fixed by ArtBIT
  • Deviations with a small number of Favourites were displaying irrelevant "More Like This" results on the deviation page. Fixed by :allixsenos:

DeviantArt muro

  • Ads have been removed from deviantART muro for all users. Changed by mudimba
  • Loading time for deviantART muro has been improved. Fixed by mudimba
  • In rare circumstances, the basic brush would "clip" the end of a brush stroke, leaving angular digital artifacts. Fixed by mudimba / Submit

  • Buttons in the submission policy modal were unstyled. Fixed by kouiskas
  • When editing a published deviation, the Edit page wouldn't scroll to the top upon opening. Fixed by kouiskas
  • Gallery folders were not being remembered correctly when using "Remember these settings". Fixed by kouiskas Writer

  • Community emoticons added from the Writer sidebar would not link to the original deviation. Fixed by kemayo
  • Trying to edit a Writer document containing a lot of emoticons could lag due to bad caching of the emoticon list. Fixed by kemayo

Your Feedback

Thank you for the feedback left on last week's Site Update! Here is some of what you had to say.
  • Feedback regarding the Recent Visitors widget was generally positive. Deviants mentioned that they would like the widget to display more than five usernames or icons at a time. 
  • Deviants would like an "Artist's Replies" section on deviation pages. Suggested by Veroom
  • Some deviants would like to receive notification when other deviants reply to replies on their own deviations. Suggested by TsukiNoKishi


Discovering Artists
How do you discover hidden talent on deviantART? Do you browse by Newest, by looking deep into the Popular results in specific categories, by looking at More Like This results, by browsing through Groups, or some other method?

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deviantART deviantMEET

Posted on May 9, 2013 at 2:11 PM

Join us for a Los Angeles deviantMEET!

Los Angeles deviants, check out a screening of *louieschwartzberg's Wings of Life and hang out with deviantART staff and fellow members!

Join Us!

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See a movie screening at this special deviantMEET!

You are invited to join deviantART in watching Disney Nature's Wings of Life, directed by our very own louieschwartzberg, at the Directors Guild of America. Enjoy a Q&A with Louie immediately following the film, then grab a burger with deviantART staff and fellow deviants at The Counter!

Autumn Splendor by *louieschwartzberg

Map to devMEET

Directors Guild of America, Los Angeles, CA

  • Location: 7920 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90046
  • Date & Time: Monday, June 3, 2013 at 7:30 PM PDT
  • Admission: FREE!
  • What to Bring: Just yourself!


Check out the Wings of Life trailer to get just a taste of the beauty showcased in this film!

This Los Angeles deviantMEET will be like no other! You'll have the opportunity to see a screening of Wings of Life, directed by louieschwartzberg, at the Directors Guild of America. This 80-minute movie explores the unsung heroes of our planet -- bees, butterflies, birds, and bats -- and discovers just how much we rely on them for our livelihood. Hang out for a movie and a special Q&A with Louie himself! Around 10 PM, we'll walk to The Counter, just across the street from the DGA, for a bite to eat and more meeting and mingling with deviantART staff.

We have reached our capacity for RSVPs. Should space open up at the venue, we will open RSVPs up once again. If you weren't able to secure a spot for the movie, you're more than welcome to join us at The Counter!

Only one guest per person, please. There will be self-parking available in the Directors Guild lot. There will be a security checkpoint, so please do not bring any items that you wouldn't bring to a regular movie theater. Since this is a movie screening, there's no need to bring anything but yourself and some money if you'd like to eat afterwards.

Untitled-1 by techgnotic

Reduced to AshesA Phoenix to Arise

By techgnotic

If something burns your soul with purpose and desire, it’s your duty to be reduced to ashes by it.

Charles Bukowski

Today, Lady Gaga’s throne as a reigning pop diva is a 24 carat gold wheelchair, emergency hip surgery forcing the cancellation of her latest tour – a betrayal more devastating for her than for the typical performer, given her relationship with her fans. Her body has finally broken in sacrifice to the needs of her monsters for constant contact and reassurance. The question now is whether this brutal brush with her own mortality will result in the pop goddess pulling back from the edge – or only drive her to new heights of spectacle and influence?

In a time of

tumult and tragedy, it does us well to consider that it is also a time of wondrous change for the better, a time when prejudices and nonsensical prohibitions burdening humankind for more than a millennium are withering away and being thrown off with astonishing speed. The election of a black president in the United States, the upheaval in Arab countries and the global normalization and shift from mere tolerance to full acceptance of LGBT citizens are all examples of beautiful promise.

why now? Has the average person’s ability to analyze the results of scientific inquiry and the elevation of the democratic model of debate and governance finally reached a tipping point in driving back the forces of backwardness and darkness? Might be. But not likely.

It’s the Internet. Not in the obvious sense of Wikileaks and 24 hour news cycles that incorporate Tweets and Instagrams directly from the core of the action; but because the Internet doesn’t forget anything and continues as a force of memory, inspiration and, more importantly aspiration. The vast storehouse of the Web puts people in constant touch with the iconic pop idols and imagery of their pre-cynical selves so it remains fresh in front of mind.  They are not permitted to forget what they learned from rock and roll and what they learned from pop art.

The real agents of change today may be the pop culture people fell in love with early on influencing their lifestyles, along with attitudes and thought processes for decades later. The iconic images and music of John Lennon or Jimi Hendrix for one generation held forever in the their hearts and minds may have more to do with how they vote (or take to the streets) than the actual arguments of any political parties or charismatic agitators. Amazing to think that John Lennon wrote a song called "Imagine" with lyrics that are considered as dangerous today as the day it was first released. Those early cultural influences that come off as anti-social are preserved and shot back through the Internet re-igniting the taste for making it real.

Perhaps this is why so much energy is expended by the establishment in mocking and dismissing pop heroes intellectually even as they rake in the profits they make from those stars. They want kids and punks to buy the product – but to forget the message of peace and love (or anarchy and death) being indelibly tattooed in the corners of their consciousness.

The new permanence of what was considered fluff and stuff gives new relevance and immediacy to the current trendsetters and voices of this generation. It may seem to go by fast but in fact it stays around a lot longer. If you don’t delete your deviation on deviantART, it will be there, in practical terms, always.

Reign of Gaga, Goddess of Monsters

Over the past five years Lady Gaga’s core message radiating out across the universe and energizing her devotees is a radical redefinition of beauty, self-esteem, and aesthetic artistry delivered in a truly unique environment that she masterfully constructs and controls. This unique-in-our times environment can only be described as a full acceptance without comparison to an “other.” A social construct of true equivalency, no one better, no one less, than the next in line. "So the last will be first and the first shall be last." In times of stupendously mind-numbing waves of predictability washing over all of us from within every pop medium imaginable and with the public at large being drowned in self-esteem killing marketing pitches, that can only be described as predatory at best, Lady Gaga has built a safe place to be precisely, exactly, who you are.

There is a real distinction in her humanity, in her tribalism with no messaging; an essential calibration of a sweeping inclusionary message of love with daring invitations to dream big in her lyrics. The first half of her equation we have all heard before. You can be anything you want to be. The Gaga twist is that Lady Gaga is asking you to believe that this statement is absolutely true despite the particular cards you were dealt from the great, unforgiving, deck in the sky – all without the self-beautification tools the system demands you purchase. This is no mere minor modification.

Art communicates through emotion, not through rational understanding. This is where art gets its power to reach the whole world. We are all connected through emotion.


Make no mistake, no matter how much money, power, adulation or success Lady Gaga has amassed over the last few years, she still must endure the war on women that her fans endure along with all of the disdain reserved for an artistic outlier. Her weight, her looks, her sexuality and her skills in self-promotion have all been twisted into  weapons used against her – to mock her influence and try to put her “in her place” and out of the “serious” pop narrative.

My Religion Is You.

Lady Gaga

But The Lady Gaga experience goes beyond her recordings, her videos, her performances and outrageous personal appearances. She makes a genuine effort to practically apply the message of unity in the monster community she promotes in her art. She provides counselors and self-esteem building experts at her shows for her fans free of charge. If you were down, feeling depressed, being bullied, or just needed a question answered about life there is an opportunity for comfort offered for everyone that comes to her show, anonymously.

When Lady Gaga came to London last year I cried as she sang Bad Kids. She told how when she wrote Born This Way her producers told her she was marketing to a niche audience and how it might not be wise to do so. Then she spread her arms and said: "This stadium seems like a pretty big fucking niche!", and that's how it felt.

To be aware that thousands of people around you felt every bit the outcast you did, made you feel normal again. Made you feel empowered and creative instead of like you were missing something that made you average.

It made you feel special, and as an artist - it feels pretty good to feel special instead of lacking.


In the last couple years I have fallen out of interest with her work since it lost a lot of its bubblepop charm and turned more to shock value for relevance.

I learned from Gaga to stay true to your artistic vision and what makes you unique and appeal to your fans. Changing constantly is a gamble, and trying to become someone you aren't to become relevant to a new audience is sure to make you look like a tool.

I also learned the very transient nature of fame, and the importance of protecting your work from theft. I was very excited when she retweeted my fanart, but then it was stolen and reprinted many times, even tattooed on multiple people without my permission. This is an issue that affects a lot of people on deviantART.


The Born This Way Foundation that she built with her mom as a co-founder is powered by a phenomenal mission statement and unmistakable passion for moving humans from fear to bravery, from self doubt to self worth. This work goes on whether or not there is a tour happening or new songs are being released. Instead of just simply joining some fancy-flashy people in St. Barth's on vacation until the next marketing push rolls around; the promise of real help and real answers continues long after the show is over through this foundation and it's outreach activities.

There are very distinct connections between being a Monster and a deviant. A direct connection is that deviants "deviate from the norm", which equally (but partially) defines what Lady Gaga and her fan base represents. DeviantART is also the home to many fans of Lady Gaga, one of the many things that keeps us here is the continuous production of Lady Gaga inspired artworks. These inspired artworks allow the fans to view their idol in endless ways.


The title to her next collection of songs and media that is to be released sometime in 2013 will be

Art Pop


Lady Gaga will continue to manipulate the psychic vanguard of pop art, willing it to fit the needs of her music and her philosophy of a new sensibility amongst the masses. She covers her tour bus and green rooms with fan art.  Her entire presentation leans on visual references drawn from rich resources of collaboration with true artists at all tiers. Lady Gaga’s vision would redefine beauty in all of it’s forms and contexts and as it’s defined by community for a new age.  Her inclusiveness emulates the process we see everyday on deviantART where artists of every medium and stage collaborate and support each other openly and graciously.

Can Lady Gaga stage this at a new level uniting the world’s artists into a new power of influence? Lady Gaga has become a warrior for the replacement of the mathematical algorithms deciding “beauty” with, instead, the sincerity of intent between humans yearning to love free. Sincerity of intent is what her relationship with her “monsters” is all about. Lady Gaga can tap a new sincerity for beauty.

The Gaga Difference: The militancy of her demand for self-identification and self-expression. We live in a time when the masses, particularly those who are still young, are demanding the reality of democracy, equality and personhood in nation after nation. No more promises, no more rain-checks. In Christ-like fashion (employing much Italian Catholic faux-operatic and religious iconography) Lady Gaga has sacrificed herself as the model upon which her church has been built – a safe environment for all her “monsters” to gather and celebrate their otherness and oneness.

Lady Gaga is not just the context or agent for change.  She and her monsters and all of their art may come to represent the change itself.

All this points to a real evolution in the relationship of entertainers, artists, writers and fandom. Gaga is NOT just the next exaggeration of pop excess and canned rebellion. The Beats, the Hippies, the civil rights workers, the early feminists and other social revolutionaries of the 1960’s and 1970’s in politics, culture, art and music left much behind and they are reminded of this all the more by the echoes from the vast storehouse of the Internet. As much as they lay claim to in terms of influence, many social taboos remained going forward including our modern struggle for LGBT rights and the increasing unfair separation of the “haves” and the “have nots.”

Lady Gaga posted a video on YouTube calling her state Representative to show her support for the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Soon after, Little Monsters began posting videos of themselves calling their Representatives. The law was repealed. Lady Gaga and her fans are a tremendous force together.


Under everything, Is Just Another Human Being.

“Just breathe” - Eddie Vedder

Is Lady Gaga The Monsters' Jean Grey?

Once there was a mutant named Jean Grey. She died in defending a fellow mutant, only to be resurrected by the Phoenix Force – the ultimate power for good in the Universe.

From a very young age, she was recruited into a team to help defend mutant-kind against those who would do away with those who were considered strange and different. As she grew, so did her powers, and so did the threats against her. Jean was soon recognized as one of the most powerful and important mutants in the world, and many attempts were made to harness both her powers and her genetic material. Mr Sinister, a brilliant, twisted scientist and a mutant in his own right, was determined to use Jean to create the future of mutant kind.

Jean had incredible powers, but she was only human. Like so many other mutants, she lost her life in defense of mutant rights and, ultimately, the greater good of the world. Family, friends and teammates mourned her loss, but death was not the final chapter for Jean Grey.

She had been chosen by an ancient force, the Phoenix Force, to rise again and serve as a protector of not just mutant kind, but all intelligent life in the cosmos.

The seeds of sincerity, non-cynicism and self-sacrifice that Gaga is sowing in youthful hearts may one day bloom in a love and respectful revolution with great impact. She is our Phoenix Force.

“ARTPOP” may be her “Sgt Pepper’s” and deviantART will cheer her rise from the ashes with a further avalanche of fan art and fan fiction exploding her message into the history of the Internet. As far as the distinction between messengers and messages are concerned, we are all flawed, all of us hopefully living our lives in a way that benefits humanity while still serving the selfish mission of making this journey on the EarthSphere as bearable as possible. I like people who endeavor to rise above their flaws for as long as they can each day. It’s not easy to be here.

In no way is this a May Crowning for Lady Gaga. We are not holding the pop culture achievement ceremonies or the sentimental artist awards here on deviantART. We are showcasing an incredible gallery of fanart and acknowledging Lady Gaga in the construction of a fellow community in a convergence of art, beauty, and aesthetic redefinition of a generation's self-esteem-battered constituents.



Is Lady Gaga in the pantheon of pop stars whose message is greater than the effervescence of pop?


Do you think the “establishment” consciously tries to degrade and devalue the significance of artists, i.e. attempting to portray them as eccentric, non-serious, possibly put-ons and phoneys?


If you are an artist, have you experienced attempts to paint you as a “non-serious” person – and certainly not one whose ideas on politics, economics, etc., could possibly be taken seriously?


Do you think you are the person you are today partially because of the singers and songs and artists and comics you love?


Do you think the Internet, twitter, etc., revolution is accelerating change around the globe as much because of the dissemination of the arts as the dissemination of political information?  Are they equally necessary calls to human freedom?

Site Update: Bug Fixes and Feedback

Thu May 2, 2013, 6:29 PM

In our continuous effort to improve the deviantART experience, we're publishing weekly Site Updates to keep members informed and to gather feedback. Below is a list of recent bug fixes, and feedback that was brought up by members in the last Site Update.

Change Log

  • Cosmetic changes were made to labels on the Sign Up and Login pages and modals. Fixed by shadowhand
  • The SitBack button was not consistent between the Browse page and Profile Galleries. Fixed by muteor
  • Deleting old Journal entries resulted in one's deviation total decreasing by 2. Fixed by kemayo
  • Username changes did not update the alphabetical sort on the friends page, and would instead show the updated username where the old username would go. Fixed by shadowhand
  • There was an issue where an "upgrade browser" banner would display in Internet Explorer 8, a supported browser. Fixed by shadowhand
  • Reloading one's browser while on the Give Premium Membership page would cause an incorrect price of the selected item to display. Fixed by yury-n
  • For some deviants, the orange progress bar of the Donation widget did not display properly. Fixed by shadowhand
  • The "Previous" and "Next" buttons would not work, when trying to view more deviations from a Profile's Gallery widget than were displayed inside the widget itself. Fixed by muteor
  • Zooming in on an image in one's Portfolio would not show the full size image. Fixed by shadowhand
  • The Help Desk's Contact page incorrectly claimed that the most recent version of the Opera browser is unsupported. Fixed by shadowhand
  • When browsing deviations from the Message Center and then returning to the Message Center using 'All' button, only three stacks would be visible in an IE browser. Fixed by muteor
  • The Sell page was updated to include all the products users can sell on deviantART. Fixed by yury-n
  • There was a small cosmetic issue with Profile widgets. Fixed by shadowhand
  • For Internet Explorer users, when browsing deviations from the Message Center and then clicking the browser's Back button, the deviantART homepage would display instead of the Message Center. Fixed by muteor
  • The "Notify" update Devwatch Messages from some very popular users were delivered to only a small subset of watchers under some circumstances. Fixed by muteor
  • Group Messages could not be accessed from the Message Center of the mobile site. Fixed by shadowhand
  • The API would occasionally time out for deviants with a large amount of files in their Fixed by yury-n
  • For deviations flagged as Mature Content or with Sharing options disabled, their thumbnails did not match their backgrounds. Fixed by shadowhand
  • The Manage Wishlist page was visually updated. Fixed by muteor
  • Issues were encountered with links in descriptions for some literature deviations. Fixed by muteor
  • Dragging to collect thumbnails from the More Like This on deviation pages was not working correctly. Fixed by allixsenos
  • There were some display issues with the oAuth "Authorize application" screen. Fixed by shadowhand
  • The "Choose a Deviation" modal would not appear on a Group's Gallery page after selecting "Contribute an Existing Deviation" from the Submit menu. Fixed by muteor

DeviantArt muro

  • Redraws would sometimes not play properly, if third party cookies were disabled. Fixed by mudimba
  • In a very rare case, the color picker could get "stuck" on black. Fixed by mudimba
  • Due to a bug in the Chrome browser, changing zoom settings could cause the checkerboard background (used to show transparency of your drawing) to be drawn in the wrong place. Fixed by mudimba / Submit

  • When uploading a non-image file in Chrome, a broken thumbnail would be displayed. Fixed by kouiskas
  • Reorganizing files in a stack via drag and drop briefly stopped working. Fixed by yury-n
  • Literature thumbnails in the category examples would be incorrectly displayed above the category menu. Fixed by kouiskas
  • Safari would incorrectly display a confirmation box about unsaved text in fields when closing the window or tab. Fixed by kouiskas
  • For a small amount of deviations, a submitted deviation file would linger in after being published. Fixed by yury-n Writer

  • Deviations without a preview image would incorrectly offer a "Draw" option on hover. Fixed by kemayo
  • Clicking "New Draft" from the File menu would result in a blank screen. Fixed by kemayo
  • Trying to embed a file deviation into Writer would result in a bad link. Fixed by kemayo
  • Improvements were made to the way Writer embeds images. Fixed by kemayo
  • Clicking to draw on an image immediately after drawing on a different image would sometimes replace both images with the first image. Fixed by kemayo
  • When including Community Emoticons from the sidebar, they wouldn't link to the original deviation. Fixed by kemayo
  • Embedding HTML didn't work for Film deviations. Fixed by Alisey
  • A large green square would occasionally display in the bottom right corner. Fixed by Alisey

Your Feedback

Thank you for the feedback left on last week's Site Update! Here's some of what you had to say.
  • Deviants were generally positive regarding the new tools in deviantART muro.
  • In regard to comments on Gallery and Favourites folders, several deviants mentioned that they had never received any. For those deviants who have received comments on a Gallery or Favourites folder, several mentioned that they did not find it exceptionally useful.
  • Deviants would like stats for how many people view their Gallery, in addition to specific deviations. Suggested by Fehnwrites
  • Some deviants would like an "Exit without Saving" option for deviantART muro. Suggested by FantasyLost
  • Deviants would like a line smoothing tool for deviantART muro. Suggested by daPatches
  • Some deviants would like to download artwork drawn in deviantART muro as a Redraw video file. Suggested by YoSop


Recent Visitors
Premium Members can install the Recent Visitors widget to their Profile, which will then display the five most recent visitors to their Profile as a list, as a set of icons, or both. Do you have the Recent Visitors widget displayed on your Profile? How often do you check it? What do you find most useful about it? What ways would you like to see it improved?

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Steppenwolf by Veltti

Forewordby techgnotic


I was inspired to create this series by naikki while looking through her gallery of diverse artwork and reading through her journals which are focused on her favorite inspiring writers and thinkers. I felt certain there must be beautiful artwork in the form of portraits and tributes to these writers and their stories. I found most of naikki's choices of quotes to be inclusionary, redeeming and welcoming to any artist on their own path. Instead of just crediting naikki with the inspiration for this new series on depthRADIUS, I also invited her to provide a quote about Herman Hesse of her own to kick off this series.

Contemplations of the sharp-eyed mystic: when words become the palette to paint the journey to self realization.naikki

About Artists on Writers


Writers will always find inspiration in the visions of artists, always feeling compelled to tell the stories behind the moments captured in artists’ unforgettable images,

Just as,

Artists will always find inspiration in the words of writers, always feeling compelled to lend visual reality and habitat to the characters described in the scribe’s haunting words.

A Quote From Herman Hesse


Life is a process of becoming...

“There is no escape. You can't be a vagabond and an artist and still be a solid citizen, a wholesome, upstanding man. You want to get drunk, so you have to accept the hangover. You say yes to the sunlight and pure fantasies, so you have to say yes to the filth and the nausea. Everything is within you, gold and mud, happiness and pain, the laughter of childhood and the apprehension of death. Say yes to everything, shirk nothing. You are not harmonious, or the master of yourself. You are a bird in the storm. Let it storm! Let it drive you!”

— Hermann Hesse

Hermann Hesse Inspired Artwork


by Herman Hesse

I sped through heaven and saw God at work.

I suffered holy pains.

I dropped all my defences and was afraid of nothing in the world.

I accepted all things and to all things I gave up my heart.

Demian (excerpt)

by Herman Hesse

In The Fog
It's strange to wander in the fog!
A lonely bush, a lonely stone,
No tree can see the other one,
And one is all alone.

The world was full of friends back then,
As life was light to me;
But now the fog has come,
And no one can I see.

Truly, no one is wise,
Who does not know the dark
Which inevitably and silently
Does from others him part.

It's strange to wander in the fog!
Life is loneliness
No Man knows the other one,
And one is all alone.

Demian (excerpt)

by Herman Hesse

The bird fights its way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Who would be born must first destroy a world.

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