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I had to review your banner File:Lillooet banner bridge over Fraser River.jpg, so by way of information for the future, when you want to crop an image I suggest you use the CropTool that can be activated in your commons Preferences, under Gadgets. The CropTool will then appears in the left side of your screen. It saves everyone a lot of time because it transfers all the correct and appropriate information into the cropped image, such as source, license, author, etc. It even leaves a backlink to the original and visa versa so long as the original has been positively reviewed. That way all the proper information is there and does not need to be manually reviewed. If you are just cropping a small bit of the image like a frame you can decide to overwrite the original image but for more major crops, like the one you did, you should upload the copped version as a separate new image, but you have a choice. I hope you can see how everyone can save time by using CropTool. Good luck. Ww2censor (talk) 23:40, 3 January 2018 (UTC)