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I am seeing the same issue on a dropbox paper document I've created.
I have a document with lots of images, and about half the images that say "User-uploaded-image" instead of showing the actual image.
Here's what the image looks like
How do I restore my original images?
This is still an issue for me. I receive the "user-uploaded image: image.png" message intermittently. Then they come back, but this is not good when using Paper for presentations in my classes, even if the images come back later. It happens for images pasted from the web via links and images uploaded from my own computer.
unlike the OP, my messages just say genericaly "image.png." It doesn't say the actual filename of the image.
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