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    Brandon commented  · 

    The script that David posted is a great workaround, but I see no reason why this couldn't be handled natively via the Content Collector. When I try to swap two images using the Content Collector, it allows me to load both images into the conveyor but then when I replace one image, it updates the conveyor so that both are the same image, and I can't place the other one. I think I had a workaround at one point for that behavior, but why not just make it easier to do this?

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