Using VisualEditor, if you go to any page with a link to [[Michael Laucke]], such as [[List of flamenco guitarists#L|List of flamenco guitarists]] and '''hover''' over the link to [[Michael Laucke]], it shows the wrong photo; it used to automatically link to the photo in the infobox. I think this has something to do with that photo being deliberated upon in Commons, slated for possible deletion, and then being brought back as perfectly legal. Your thoughts on this? Would you know how to fix this, or is it an automatic mechanism? Many thanks.
Using VisualEditor, if you go to: [[List of flamenco guitarists#L|List of flamenco guitarists]] and '''hover''' your mouse insertion I-beam over the link to [[Michael Laucke]], the pop-up image is not any image from the Michael Lucke page. The hover image looks like some kind of Madison Avenue stock image.
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The task has been prioritized as low. If you think there are convincing reasons that the priority should be different, please bring them up.
Whatever the problem was, it's resolved now; the page image for Michael Laucke is now the image from the infobox.
I should note, however, that the PageImages extension does not guarantee that the image from the infobox (or any other image) will be selected as a page's image. The real formula is more complex, taking a multitude of factors into account.