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<quote>I’ve been working through two sites I had running Magic Fields. One I was able to convert, though it was difficult. The second proved to be too difficult to do completely. I got stuck on the way MF stores repeated image files, and I’m considering maybe just re-creating the image sections on those posts is the way to go.
I documented the processes I went through on my blog, including dead ends and short-cuts; maybe some of what I found could be helpful. It involved cloning the site, writing lots of SQL queries, and finally running some custom PHP code.</quote>
Exactly what I needed! You just saved me several hours. Thanks!
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