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    Senior Member duck444's Avatar
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    I have this .jpg image on my desktop that I'm trying to add to a website script I have in a zip file but everytime I try, the zip file program just changes the extension to a .lnk! What the heck is THAT??? It's a header image and it's replacing the old header image in the script. I've had this problem before but forgot how I fixed it. Why is the zip file doing this? Or is my desktop saving it with a different extension because other instances of that image exist on my desktop?

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    if im not mistaken .lnk is the extension for a shortcut file.
    what zip program are u using?

    i suggest winrar.
    should solve your problems.


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