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Hi there. I see you've been uploading some good images recently, but seem to be quite often uploading new versions of existing files as entirely new files, rather than just replacing the existing one. While I can understand this in cases where the existing image's filename is vague and unhelpful (like with the previous Barok van Zieks cut-in sprite), it is a little puzzling most of the time. You might possibly be unaware that you can upload a new version of a file, so I will try to explain how to do so. Apologies in advance if any of this comes across as meddling or patronizing!
You can replace an existing image as long as the file type matches (e.g., png, jpg, etc) by going to the file's page (e.g., File:AA_Group_Shot.png) and selecting "Upload a new version of this file" under the "File history" tab. Going into more detail, first you need to go to the original's page. Say you wanted to upload an iOS version of the Gourd Lake Entrance background image. First you would need to go to the image's page. You can do this in a few ways, but the simplest is probably to just click on the image (which would give you this, then click on the hyperlink in the top left-hand corner of the window that pops up (taking you here). You then simply scroll down to the "File History" tab (beside the "About" tab), which has a hyperlink called "Upload a new version of this file" just above the "Read more" links at the bottom of the page. Clicking this takes you to a new page that functions almost exactly like uploading a brand new image. The beauty of uploading your updated files this way is that previous versions of the file can be easily recovered if a mistake is made, as well as allowing users to view previous iterations of a file. If you could try to do this in the future, it would be greatly appreciated! - Strabo412 (talk) 18:46, December 9, 2015 (UTC)