Links to custom goal pictures broken.

A while back I added custom pictures to my goals then a few months ago the links broke. When I try uploading the pictures again I get - "Failed to upload your photo "C:\fakepath\mypicname.png". Please make sure the file name and the content are correct." 

I tried placing the picture on my desktop and in a folder but it still says it is pulling from "C:\fakepath\" I even tried making a folder in my C drive named 'fakepath' but it didn't work.

Obviously this is not a pressing issue but thought I would ask since it's something that used to work and now doesn't.  Thanks!



Hi marie, 

Greetings from Mint! 

We're sorry for the trouble. Can you try to clear cache/cookies or try other browsers. If issue persist, please send ticket to our support team so they can gather data about your specific situation and communicate with you directly and further assist you. Please see the links below: 



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