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Patreon Updates spoofed?

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So I noticed through a few creators that get updated now and again, in this example, Anon42, they have a lot of free stuff, viewable by all. And here on this site, it shows them as not missing anything, but all of their game download posts aren't actually imported. A few things, like polls, were. And it SAID they had no missing content. What's up with that? Is the system being tricked, or is it some sort of bug?

Why is a file required?

Either I'm missing something, or you're missing something. Anon42 clearly has game download link as the 2nd newest imported post.

Yes, I went and imported it because I noticed it missing, and thought *maybe* some foul play was going on, since the owner has created an account on just about any semi-reputable website and started a thread for his game to make sure someone else doesn't, and keeps it only posting public builds.

This is still an issue. They have uploaded some updates, and the public post is pulled, but not the attached download post that followed immediately afterwards.

So they created fake imports in order to stifle caching?

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