Doc Manager Engine Updated

11 Sep

We have just completed a software upgrade for the post-processing and conversion engine of the Document Manager. The latest update will result in faster and more accurate processing of Microsoft Word files (.doc, .docx).


  • Upgraded the file processing engine behind the document manager which handles all your file uploading and conversions.

Posted by on 09/11/2012 in document manager



79 responses to “Doc Manager Engine Updated

  1. FanFictionX

    09/11/2012 at 3:15 pm

    When will it be out?rr

  2. Kylie Mackinnnon

    09/11/2012 at 5:47 pm

    I think there’s a glitch with this “upgrade” – I’m trying to upload some documents at the moment, and the website is not accepting them. They’re Word Documents, I checked them twice to make sure they were saved properly and everything, I made sure I had room to upload them, and I do not have them open on my screen (or minimized or ANYTHING).

  3. Brad Hawk

    09/11/2012 at 8:50 pm

    Hmm.. A good update. It’ll surely be fruitful.

    All hail Mr. Xing and team!

  4. ShikiKira

    09/11/2012 at 10:00 pm

    Nice, this will definitely help with my postings.

    Will there ever be a second category filter/sorting added to the story Favorites and Alerts list? It’s a kind of needed option especially if you’re mainly a crossover reader. With current system I have no way of sorting through my crossover stories in either listings. Adding the second filter would definitely shorten the amount of pages for favorites and alerts for most crossover readers.

    • yemi hikari

      09/12/2012 at 12:50 am

      Agreed. I would like to eventually see this added. 😀

  5. Hollis Pierman

    09/11/2012 at 10:01 pm

    Pretty cool! Keep up the great work, guys!

  6. Brad Hawk

    09/12/2012 at 2:31 am

    Hey, I’ve a suggestion. Mr. Xing, you can add an online user feature. It can show the no. of users online on the site! 😛

    • ShikiKira

      09/12/2012 at 4:34 am

      I believe we’ve already went over something about this in one of the older posts.

      Many of us have already said no to this idea. It only slow down the sites. Neither or are social networking sites, and it is no ones business to know who is online or not.

  7. softiee

    09/12/2012 at 3:29 am

    Hi! Just a suggestion, how about adding tag filtering into the site? Its a convenient, fast tool useful for those who merely wish to read fics related to the tag/theme. Thanks8D

    • yemi hikari

      09/12/2012 at 6:54 pm

      If you mean adding tags that any person can add any tag they want, I am going to say please no.

      If you mean making it so we can sort through more then one genre or have tags we can filter out, yes.

    • Unyielding Wish

      09/12/2012 at 11:14 pm

      I don’t know why, but I don’t like the idea of tags in any form…I don’t want to spend a bunch of time wondering what to write for the tags (yes, I do have that kind of problem). Isn’t there a bunch of buttons up there to take your pick? We can’t possibly need any more, right?

      • Guest

        09/13/2012 at 1:03 am

        I have the same issues, Unyielding Wish. 🙂

        Sometimes, it seems writing the story is the easiest part. I often struggle with composing an eye catching summary then I agonize which genre categories to select when uploading.

        No more tags, please.

      • yemi hikari

        09/13/2012 at 2:20 pm

        If we’re talking more genre tags, I actually think there needs to be a few more. But I can list the ones that would be good to possibly add and why.

        – Satire – Satire and parody have similar purposes, but they are also different from each other.
        – Slice-of-Life – There are a lot of one-shot collections which cover the slice-of-life events of the canon characters. This would help some of the one-shot collections perhaps receive a little more attention then they were before.
        – Alternate Universe – Another way for people to dig out stuff they want to read as well as what they don’t want to read. And yes, AU is a genre of its own.
        – Historical fiction – Some fandoms fall under the category of historical fiction, while some stories are historical AUs. If a fanfic is tagged as historical fiction and the fandom isn’t historical fiction, then people will know it is historical AU. We already have the Western genre, but it doesn’t encompass like the historical fiction genre does. I don’t want the Western genre done away with though, because it is popular in its own right.)
        – School – Undeniably the High School AU is a very popular genre and this would help people who don’t want to read them to avoid them. This would be particulary helpful
        – Steam Punk – A sub category to science fiction that has its own level of popularity. Could be combined with Cyber Punk as Steam/Cyber Punk. Since we already have a subsidiary of Historical fiction we might as well also have a few subsidiaries of other fiction
        – Monster Literature – While I haven’t seen as many cropping up, there was a point where I saw tons of Vampire stories cropping up. I think we all have an idea why. Again, this tag would make it easier for people to avoid a certain kind of vampire. If a person sees the fanfic tagged Romance/Monster versus Horror/Moster they’ll have a different impression about which kind of vampire they are possibly getting. Tagged with the AU tag would also be helpful too.
        – Supernatural-Mystery – The best way to put it is, I’m tired of finding stories about a girl who mysteriously shows up and has supernatural powers in the Mystery genre. you would THINK they would tag the stories both Mystery and Supernatural.
        – Crackfic – Many people don’t want to read it. I personally will read this genre, but rarely if ever find a well written one. Other people love anything and everything for said genre. I am quite sure the site admins would have to come up with a different name for i though. Nonsensical might work. This way it will be easier to critique these fanfics if they are under one genre tag
        – Fluff – Self explained. Some people like to outright avoid and others only want to read the best This will help it be better critiqued too. I’ve read quite a few well written fluff pieces that would be better off as original work simply because the characters are so OoC This would also

        I know that for some people having more genre to choose from will make it harder to categorize their fanfics, but for other people it will make it easier. On top of this, some of the genre categories have tons of fanfics in them. The Romance genre makes up a good portion of the fanfics for example, Romance makes up a good portion of the categories. However, if there were in addition to the slice-of-life tags and fluff tags a romantic slice-of-life tag or a romantic fluff tag, it would cut the romance genre down in some of the bigger categories.

  8. While

    09/12/2012 at 9:37 am

    1. I wish you’d bring back the story-mark feature. The one where you can save a chapter that you were reading. It was nice to have and a good reminder of what chapter we were on if we had to close the Internet.

    2.Also I’d like to see a search filter that includes a ‘randomize’ feature. Say if you’re searching through the stories of a certain category and you want something new, the best way to do it is by randomizing the stories.

    I’m not entirely sure if that’s a clear explanation, but I’m not sure how else to put it /=

    • Christine

      09/12/2012 at 10:21 am

      They said the storymarks feature is coming back, though I have no idea when. I hope it’s soon because I miss this feature desperately!

      I like the idea of a randomize feature. It would be a great way of discovering stories that don’t normally get much exposure.

    • yemi hikari

      09/12/2012 at 6:56 pm

      I’m wanting the randomize feature too. There are some stories that don’t get enough attention. This would be a chance for some of the other writers to get a little extra attention. However, I think they would need to build in something that can limit it to certain filters and such.

    • konarciq

      09/13/2012 at 9:56 am

      I’d love the random search feature. Gets up some stories you usually would miss out on!

    • KageNoNeko

      09/13/2012 at 2:30 pm

      I’ve been using an extension in Firefox that does exactly what the story mark function did. My hopes for the story mark feature returning have died a long time ago.

  9. JLynn

    09/12/2012 at 10:37 am

    Is there something wrong with this update, because it is not allowing me to upload my story…saying that I am trying to upload an empty document?

    • Kylie Mackinnnon

      09/13/2012 at 11:38 pm

      Yes, there is something wrong with this update: It’s BS. I’m having the same issue, and I’m not shutting up about it until it’s fixed.

  10. Kav

    09/12/2012 at 12:19 pm

    What ever happened to the upcoming “story notes” feature that was announced (but not implemented) way back in June?

    • yemi hikari

      09/12/2012 at 6:57 pm

      They mentioned there were other things they were working on too. Programming something new doesn’t happen over night. Plus, they’ve had to fix some glitches and had to push up certain changes to being sooner possibly because of some complaints people have had.

      • Kav

        09/14/2012 at 6:01 pm

        First of all, I’m aware programming doesn’t happen overnight. Likewise, more significant upgrades and/or glitch fixes take precedence over trivial details such as a “notes” feature. I was hoping that by asking I’d spur a response from admin as to a timetable for it or any upcoming features. As I said, “story notes” was ambiguously announced way back in June and we’ve seen updates (both major and minor) all over the place since.

      • yemi hikari

        09/15/2012 at 3:17 pm

        A time table would be nice, but they may not be releasing one due to the fact they don’t want complaints when a scheduled update doesn’t come through “as promised” when “it was promised”. Some people will take the time table to be set in stone unfortunately.

      • Shooting Sword

        09/15/2012 at 3:23 pm

        They could make an estimated table, and alter it when things are running later than they thought. Though, I honestly don’t care!

    • Guest

      09/13/2012 at 1:04 am

      I’m eager to learn what this “story notes” feature is, too!

      • Kav

        09/14/2012 at 6:03 pm

        Same here. I’m hoping it’ll curb authors who write multiple paragraphs worth of an author’s note.

      • Guest

        09/15/2012 at 4:20 pm

        I fully agree, Kav.

        I don’t mind an author’s note at the start of a story. They often describe the motivation for the story, set up the background (does it take place in canon, AU, etc.), and thank betas. But I don’t care for lengthy author’s notes with each chapter. That goes double when the author comes across uncertain about her work and/or begs for reviews.

  11. Kuro

    09/12/2012 at 12:22 pm

    I got a question. If a story that I watch or fav’ed is deleted (by the author/ess, site moderator or whatever) do I get any auto notification?

    • owlhero

      09/12/2012 at 4:31 pm

      I dont believe so. The site just automatically deletes the story and/or author if they delete the story and author profile from your listings. It happened to me once about 6 months ago. An author decided to leave the site and deleted her stories. Her profile was kept up but her stories were gone from my listings a couple of days later.

    • ~Cherry!~

      09/12/2012 at 4:54 pm

      You get no notification sadly.

      • Kuro

        09/12/2012 at 5:13 pm

        Then, I hope the webmaster would consider adding such feature; along with auto notification for pen-names and story title change.

      • ~Cherry!~

        09/14/2012 at 2:02 am

        I’ve been saying that for a while and no-one’s listened. It wouldn’t be a difficult thing to add and it wouldn’t slow down the site!

    • yemi hikari

      09/12/2012 at 6:58 pm

      While I like the idea I think some people are going to argue that the deletion of a fanfic is a private matter.

      • Guest

        09/13/2012 at 1:20 am

        I like the idea of being able to know a story is deleted. There are some I’ve followed that have disappeared. It’d be nice knowing the story actually existed and I wasn’t imagining it!

        I’m protective of my online privacy, but such a feature wouldn’t bother me. We’re posing to a public site, other members can favorite and follow us, so a one-time ‘delete alert’ isn’t invasive to me.

      • Kuro

        09/13/2012 at 1:24 pm

        Hmm, I fail to see why it’s a private matter. A notification that says “[insert title here] by [insert writer name here] is no longer available and have been removed from your alert/favorite list.” hardly give out any personal information.

      • yemi hikari

        09/13/2012 at 2:36 pm

        I personally don’t think it is a private matter when someone deletes something from the public eye, but I have seen the argument elsewhere. Certain authors feel that they shouldn’t be bothered at all for deleting a fanfic from the public eye and people shouldn’t go looking for copies of said fanfic.

        Some people do something called retooling, where they retool their fanfiction so that it has no reference to the fandom in question. I’m actually not fond of re-tooling, even when the fanfiction was really just original fiction disguised as fanfiction. It’s one thing when people weren’t well known and they removed their fanfic quickly, but other writers have retooled their fanfic and gotten their current success in part because of the fans they gained when it was fanfic. Fifty Shades of Grey is the latest example. There was another case I remember hearing about where the person plagiarized in their fanfic, but didn’t got caught while in the fanfiction stages only to get caught once they retooled it.This isn’t to say retooling a fanfic into original work for publication.

        Other people have unfortunately been bullied to remove their fanfic from the site and they unfortunately don’t want people to know they were bullied. Other people on the other hand will delete any fanfic that gets negative critique and either re-post it or forget about it. Some don’t want people to know they delete like this. (Though I think people should know.) Also, some people who break site rules are a little bit embarrassed to have had a story removed by the site admins.

  12. CRM

    09/12/2012 at 9:08 pm

    I’ve just tested it out and it doesn’t even work! All I get is an error when there’s nothing wrong with my file. It isn’t too large, and it’s a word doc (.doc). What gives??

    • Kylie Mackinnnon

      09/13/2012 at 5:43 pm

      Thank you so much for posting this! I was worried I was the only one.

  13. M

    09/12/2012 at 11:19 pm

    (1) I really like that I can now see number of people who have marked this story as a favorite or put it on their alerts… however, I wish I could “thumb up” a story and likewise see number of thumbs-up when scrolling through the list of stories.

    (2) This is kind of superfluous, but I wish I could sort stories not only by upload date/length, but by number of reviews (or this thumbs up thing).

    • MMC

      09/13/2012 at 12:07 pm

      I don’t see why we would need a “thumbs up” system. The favorites, alerts, and even the reader stats you find in your main menu are enough for me. This thumbs up system reminds me of the rating system someone else brought up a few blog posts ago. I think it would more or less act like a “popularity” thing, so no thank you?

      As for your second suggestion, you can sort by review; it’s not the default sorting though. You have to pick it from the drop down menu on “sorting” options I think.

      • Shooting Sword

        09/13/2012 at 12:31 pm

        Just because someone faves or alerts doesn’t mean they’ll give a thumbs up, plus it would allow for others who don’t alert because they bookmark or use that rss thing to say they think its cool!

      • MMC

        09/13/2012 at 1:02 pm

        Well I guess that’s true. I’ve never bookmarked or used the RSS thing before since I kind of treat my alerts for that kind of thing (I know; I’m weird), but then again, I don’t have to keep tabs on so many stories since I only hang around 2-3 fandoms and I can pretty much remember what stories I came across and read the last time I lurked through the archive. Plus, “thumbs up” reminds me of Facebook and YouTube; even Tumblr with the “like” system. XD

        Er, any negative connotations aside if I have brought them up, I feel like maybe some writers/readers would use the thumbs up instead of reviewing since it’ll be quicker and easier to “say” that you like the chapter or whatever. Not to say everyone reviews with a lot of depth and maybe just one-liners or not even act like what I’m describing (which I’m failing to put into words), but I do like getting the chance to read why some people like reading what I write. Sometimes people write interesting/amusing thoughts on a chapter and its puts a smile on my face. *shrug* Just my thoughts on it I guess.

      • MMC

        09/13/2012 at 1:06 pm

        Just to add, Shooting Sword, I’m pretty sure I misread part of your post and I apologize if I have. Haven’t yet eaten and I’m practically a mindless drone after looking at homework for two hours straight. Sorry!

      • yemi hikari

        09/13/2012 at 2:49 pm

        The site admins have already said no to a thumbs up system in a much earlier blog. While some of the more mature members wouldn’t abuse it, because it is so similar to what is used on sites that are basically social networking sites I’m thinking some of the less mature members will use it as a popularity contest. I’ve seen some of the younger members form groups where “you review my fanfic, I’ll review yours” and “oh, that person left a mean review, ostracize them from the fandom”.

        By mean reviews I mean one telling them that they needed to fix their grammar and spelling because it took away from the beautiful story line they were writing and was against the site rules. Another fanfic had a review written by someone their age you pointed out the fact college didn’t work the way it did. (They had a student dorming with a teacher their first year, need I say more?) All of the other reviewers and the writer ganged up on this person and they left the site.

        Anyways, it would work like this, “Anyone in our group gets a thumbs up, but anyone outside never gets one. If we find out you’re thumb upping people we don’t agree with you’re out of the group and you’ll no longer get thumbs up.” This would result in fanfics getting TONS of thumbs up despite not necessarily deserving it and the thumbs up wouldn’t do anything except serve to stroke the egos of writers. There is enough ego stroking as their is.

    • Unyielding Wish

      09/13/2012 at 9:13 pm

      Wouldn’t the “thumbs up” idea make it more like YouTube, Facebook, and the other places I know? I agree with MMC and yemi hikari on this one…

      And even if they were to go back on their word and install the thumbs-up thing, where would it go? Would it show the percentage of the people who gave the story a thumbs-up? There are a lot of things to consider…

  14. Guest

    09/13/2012 at 1:22 am

    Thanks, Xing, for the update. I use MS Word. This gives me another small boost to finish my current story so I can upload it and see how it converts. I need every bit of motivation I can find. 🙂

  15. Guest

    09/13/2012 at 2:26 am

    Can I offer two suggestions for story sorting?
    1. Word count. I know you can filter stories by word count, but it would be nice if I could arrange stories on the main categories by shortest to longest or longest to shortest.
    2. Number of chapters.

    • Shooting Sword

      09/13/2012 at 12:31 pm

      Not all story’s with many chapters are worth looking at.

      • yemi hikari

        09/13/2012 at 2:53 pm

        A lot of stories with tons of chapters aren’t worth looking at. This would help the writers who’ve written one-shots out though, if there was a filter for “1 chapter”, “2-5 chapters”, “5-10,” and then increments 5 or 10 after that. If they were to sort by chapters, they should also sort from least to most because the ones with tons of chapters get more then enough attention, while the others don’t get enough attention.

      • Shooting Sword

        09/13/2012 at 3:13 pm

        They could have a filter for one-shot, ficlette, novel, etc., so then we can just pick what we feel like reading at the time.

      • yemi hikari

        09/14/2012 at 2:35 am

        While I like the idea, I’ve been on another site where a lot of the novels don’t get past the first chapter.

  16. GreenAndBluePatches

    09/14/2012 at 1:10 am

    Umm excuse me but can anyone tell me how to make a new anime/manga archive? I want to make one for the manga Ore ga akuma de, aitsu ga yome de. Its a hilarious up and coming manga but I’m not sure how to start a archive for it. Can anyone please tell me?

    • Shooting Sword

      09/15/2012 at 6:22 pm

      Community – Manager – create/edit … then just follow the instructions.

    • MMC

      09/15/2012 at 7:00 pm

      If it’s a category that doesn’t exist, I think you send an email to the FFN admins. Email with the subject being “[category]” and then state what fandom you would like to add to the site. I can’t guarantee how long admins will get to it, but it’s worth a shot. 🙂

      • Shooting Sword

        09/15/2012 at 7:42 pm

        Well, if that was what it was really about I should either read some peoples replies several times over and NOT reply while sleepy.

      • MMC

        09/15/2012 at 9:11 pm

        @Shooting Sword: Uh, I’m a little confused with your response, but I’m probably just misreading it. Anyways, yeah, I think that’s what GreenAndBluePatches was wondering since they said “new archive”. Lol But hey, I’ve been there with the sleepy responses. XD

    • yemi hikari

      09/16/2012 at 6:36 pm

      E-mail the site admins and have [category] in the header.

  17. solitaryloner

    09/15/2012 at 1:06 am

    Ever since the Doc Manager has been updated, I’ve been unable to upload my documents onto I use QuickOffice, which is a mobile application which is similar toMicrosoft Word. In the past, I had no problems uploading documents typed with QuickOffice, but now I can’t upload them anymore. Is QuickOffice no longer one of the available document formats recognised by

  18. Aubrey

    09/15/2012 at 1:22 am

    Hello. I’m just leaving a suggestion here.

    Could you bring back the auto-sort for the list of fandoms being in alphabetical order, please? It’s really difficult to find a fandom that I want (especially if it’s a smaller fandom) when I have no idea how many stories they have. Plus, this auto-sort by story count adds unnecessary signal boosting to the large fandoms, as they appear first on the list, and not nearly as much to the smallest and medium sized fandoms, which are lost in the list.

    I know that you can sort alphabetically (sort of), but it would be really nice if you would put the auto-sort back to alphabetical order. Thanks so much!

    • yemi hikari

      09/16/2012 at 6:37 pm

      I like the way it is now. I’d rather click on the letters then looking at an alphabetical list.

      • Shooting Sword

        09/16/2012 at 7:04 pm

        Me too. It makes finding fandoms faster, but as I’ve said just click all to make it alphabetical if your’re just scanning through it not poetically looking for anything specific.

  19. Daniela

    09/15/2012 at 1:46 am

    Umm my document upload doesn’t even appear when i try to post it. It only lets me chose my first chapter and not the one i just uploaded. It is making me angry at the moment.

  20. Shooting Sword

    09/15/2012 at 5:13 am

    Umm… its like one click of your mouse to switch from story count to alphabetical, (well it was last I used it). Plus you can just click the first letter of your fandom and they’ll all be alphabetical anyway! I would find that much easier to use, and faster if I only read from smaller fandoms!

    Its fine the way it is! Next you’ll want books, TV, and Manga/anime to all be together for your extra convenience!

    • konarciq

      09/15/2012 at 7:03 am

      I don’t think that was the point of what she was trying to say.

      First of all, the fact that she doesn’t see it’s only a mouse click away to change it back to alphabetical sorting (and others have mentioned that, too) is telling in itself.

      Secondly, I have to agree with her about the signal boosting for the popular categories. I don’t think *anyone* comes here and goes to (for example) TV shows to simply go and take a look at the stories of the most popular fandoms, merely because they have the most stories. People tend to look for certain shows (or books or films or whatever) they are familiar with, and that they like. That’s way easier to find if the default sorting is alphabetical, than when it’s sorted by number of stories as it is now.

      • Shooting Sword

        09/15/2012 at 8:31 am

        Yeah, well I just went and had a look. All you need to do is click All and it becomes alphabetical. Other than that. If you’re looking for Star Trek just click S, or if you’re looking for House just click H. Its simple. I don’t see a problem with promoting the most popular fandoms, after all, most people story hunting are looking for the most popular fandoms.

      • KageNoNeko

        09/15/2012 at 10:55 am

        I agree with konarciq because it is so very true that people are looking a for specific fandom. Some of the changes that have happen have showed that admins did not do ANY user testing. If they had did user testing or at least did a survey of users, they would have found out how people used this website in the first place.

        Usability should be priority number one when new features are added.

      • konarciq

        09/15/2012 at 11:21 am

        Seeing both your reactions, clearly it’s not so clear cut as either of us thinks. Shooting Sword will simply want to search for the most popular fandoms (whether he/she is acquainted with them or not), the other three go in only to find stories about their favourite fandoms, whether they’re popular or not.
        Question remains as Kagenoneko says – what is the most commonly used strategy of the two?

      • yemi hikari

        09/15/2012 at 3:24 pm

        I’m going to say I prefer the way it is sorted now. However, as soon as the letter tags came about I was more likely to use those then the regular alphabetical list because it cut down on the time it took to find a fandom via alphabetical order. On top of this, the fandom lists are getting longer.

        Also, perhaps the admins didn’t take a user poll because they’ve been paying attention to the hits each page gets and how long people stayed on them. Just a thought.

      • Guest

        09/15/2012 at 4:13 pm

        I mentioned this in an earlier blog post, but it might be good to repeat it here.

        I don’t particularly care what the default sorting option is. I only wish that if I choose ‘Alphabetical’ it would stick, perhaps via a cookie setting. As it is now, if I’m in TV Shows, opt to sort alphabetically, click on House and back up, it reverts to popularity. I can keep going around in circles all day.

        I’m not a programmer, so I don’t know how much coding it would take, but some sort of user preference that stuck would make the bulk of us happy. Until we clear our cookies, that is. 🙂

  21. AnetteS

    09/15/2012 at 7:53 am

    I have a problem with the DocX update as well. I can’t establish a connection, but unlike other members who have commented about their issues, I can upload a Word document and review it without a problem. Should I optimistically suppose it will get fixed in a matter of days? 🙂

  22. Reisfriend

    09/15/2012 at 4:36 pm

    And when will you put the delete option back to PM’s outbox? Are you even going to?

    • yemi hikari

      09/16/2012 at 6:39 pm

      They said in an earlier blog that they couldn’t get it to work right so decided to forgo it entirely.

  23. Shooting Sword

    09/15/2012 at 6:57 pm

    I think the community button should be the default rather than the abuse button, or it should be attached to the review alert thingy.

  24. Sam Dutch

    09/15/2012 at 8:44 pm

    Hmm… I have yet to try to upload anything but is what everyone saying true? How many people does it not work for? I’d like to know, I intend to upload something soon.

  25. The Imaginatrix

    09/16/2012 at 1:01 am

    I am having no problems uploading files. I tried it last night, and it worked fine for me. Just thought I’d say.

    • Brad Hawk

      09/16/2012 at 2:19 am

      The document manager isn’t working at all!
      Every time I tried to upload documents, it’s showing error.

      I wrote a chapter containing nearly 1,500 words. I tried to upload it, but failed. Doc manager isn’t supporting any extension. I tried .doc, .docx, and .txt, but all failed.

      Please, Can you do something for it? It’s really pi$$ing me off. 😦

      • Shooting Sword

        09/18/2012 at 5:29 pm

        Try the Copy Paste option they’ve recently set up.


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