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Subject: Re: Weird Picasa bug (only affects Lexmark printers?)
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From: nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid>
Subject: Re: Weird Picasa bug (only affects Lexmark printers?)
Date: Sat, 28 Oct 2017 15:11:14 -0400
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In article<>,<> wrote:

> Picasa has  one great advantage that is seldom discussed. It makes new copies
> of the photos on the hard drive, and so you can ruin the Picasa copy and
> still have the original untouched image on the hard drive.

if you're relying on an image editor to do backups, you have problems
you don't even realize.

you should always have backup copies, no matter what app is used, or
even if no app is used.