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I accidentally put the link to the Commons page of the full picture for an image that originally came from Flickr under Commons 2.0, but still stated the license as from Flickr with appropriate license. This caused the bot to flag it as unable to confirm. The image is here: File:Sunny Isles Beach skyline from the south cropped.jpg. In the future is it best to say a commons modified image is from the original source or from the already known to be under the right license Commons source; will a bot recognized a cropped flickr image from a link to the full image? B137 (talk) 17:48, 27 March 2015 (UTC)
I think having a link to the commons source is preferred, as I can not find a way to recognize one image as a cropped version of another (Google can somehow). Cropped images without commons source are usually subjected to human review --Zhuyifei1999 (talk) 02:35, 28 March 2015 (UTC)