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Issue #2

Same as an issue #1.

This image file name template author decided to add as captions is never meaningful in any way. Template author said "There are so many slideshows that use meaningful text as caption.", it's not true. These are never "captions" in all means. I've specially checked dozens of pages, and these titles are either:
- File name on the server (can be found in image URL)
- Image title from file meta taken upon uploading (equals to page title or the nearest block)
- Describe the content of the picture very literally (just like when you try to give beautiful names for files on your PC).

Also they are almost always equal to img/@alt and img/@title, which are recommended in Manual to not to be used for the same reasons (template author may extract from wherever he wants though).
"If the image has no caption, but has meaningful text in the alt attribute, you may use that text as the caption"
This describes the case where there's no caption displayed in the original source and you want to use alt text as caption.
This case, however is different. The source uses the title text as caption. And you can see that it's not meaningless altogether.
Here's a screenshot from the slideshow that proves my point
Admin can open the slideshow and check anyway.
Source uses captions : I do, because checklist says I must keep slideshow captions the source uses. Simple as that
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Jun 18, 2017