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Linking to Images on OrthodoxWiki Commons
I'm glad you asked, as I had no idea how to do this and had to go find out. (Which I think I managed to do.) Based on the explanation at wikipedia, you just pretend that the OrthodoxWiki Commons doesn't exist, and that you are just using a regular image file on OrthodoxWiki, for example: [[Image:AlexiosAtlanta.JPG|thumb|Abp. Alexios of Atlanta]]. I hope this helps (and works). —magda (talk) 12:03, September 28, 2007 (PDT)