Red X when trying to republish re-edited images using SmugMug plugin

Community Beginner ,
Dec 10, 2021 Dec 10, 2021

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I'm getting a red X when "Updating Published Collections" from the SmugMug plugin. A client has ordered images and I have re-edited them to better fit the chosen print size, but now can't republish them it seems. I've done this previously (it's been a while) with no problem. Any help will be appreciated.

 

Lightroom Classic 10.4

Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6

SmugMug plug-in 3.2.6.0

 

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Community Beginner , Dec 10, 2021 Dec 10, 2021
Update 2: I suspect it's because the images are in "Proof Delay". I found the SmugMug directions for replacing images that are in proof delay (which is straightforward but is done one image at a time and not from within Lightroom; I exported the images from LR and then followed the directions on SmugMug). I *think* I've learned something, maybe? Anyway, I've solved my problem and appreciate your interest in helping.

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Screenshot?

 

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It appears and is gone so quickly I don't think I'll be able to capture it. It's in the same place (upper left corner) and looks like the usual upload bar but with a red 'x' at the end.

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LEGEND ,
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What is the vetsion of the Smugmug plug-in on your computer? Your problem prompted me to check mine and update, newest is v3.2.6.0

 

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That's what I have as well. Other It's such an odd thing that's never happened before to me.

Lightroom Classic 10.4

Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6 - this is old, but I've been using it w/no similar trouble

SmugMug plug-in 3.2.6.0

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And an update: I just successfully updated a few images in another gallery that I'd modified, so it must be something specific to this gallery. I'm going to double-check things on the SmugMug side.

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Update 2: I suspect it's because the images are in "Proof Delay". I found the SmugMug directions for replacing images that are in proof delay (which is straightforward but is done one image at a time and not from within Lightroom; I exported the images from LR and then followed the directions on SmugMug). I *think* I've learned something, maybe? Anyway, I've solved my problem and appreciate your interest in helping.

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