Drupal creator Dries Buytaert announced a generous offer from his company, Acquia:
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This is a long-running question I've had. I can't find a forum post with exactly the same question, though this one comes close: http://drupal.org/node/489850
I have a site that's used the Private download method from the start. I'd like to switch to Public, so I can enable CSS optimization. Easy enough to do, and most images – logo, and images inserted into text via TinyMCE – are unaffected.
The ideal solution would be to track down the exact problem, posting issues and working with the module's maintainers, finally squaring everything away with the current module version. However, the issues page doesn't show anyone else having trouble with the module; the problem may be an obscure glitch related to my frequent abuse of this site for experimentation purposes. More importantly, at the moment I'm short on time to fiddle with this. I decided I'd just go back to the previous version of the module and be done with it.
My Available Updates page (admin/reports/updates) informed me of some freshly-scrubbed module updates milling at the gates. So I let a few in... and a couple of ingrates are soiling the carpet and wiping their hands on the drapes. Read more about Module upgrades cause troubles