Switching between MySQL databases (test and production) solved the problem.
Can it be, that the cache is not updated correctly at changing of picture? And switching between databases provokes fresh rebuild of the cache?
Another interesting information:
It looks like something was broken in the cache folder. Clearing of the folder helped me.
AppData\Roaming\Imploded Software\Helium 14\cache
We have tried to reproduce this as described, unfortunately with no luck.
Possibly related to the other picture issue you reported?
I would suggest you to open a support ticket for this plus sharing a file used to reproduce the issue so that we can test it further.
This is how I reproduced it in a fresh installation on a vm with the SQLite database:
Is only visible in the side bar.
Let's close HMM and clean the cache folder. For me "C:\ProgramData\Imploded Software\Helium 14\cache".
Now it is visible:
Thanks for the update, we will try to re-reproduce it.
The problem is probably described in folollowing support ticket:
#1861 Cache folder will not be prepared during creation of new database + subsequent problems
Resolved with 14.0.16127.0.