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Leaks like this are hard for remote people to diagnose because you had work done that could've caused any number of new issues.
You'll have to do some detective work and find out if the oil is coming from up high, running down some tubes, pipes, rails, etc., or just coming from your oil pan.
Clean the area completely around the oil pan and when you notice oil on the pan edge, check above it to make sure it isn't running from higher up.
Good luck and get back as many details as you can to us.
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