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Issue: IE 9 and Firefox 4 compatibility

Thread began 6/06/2011 9:40 pm by coryctaylor390938 | Last modified 6/08/2011 2:28 pm by coryctaylor390938 | 653 views | 1 replies


Issue: IE 9 and Firefox 4 compatibility

The read me file says:

"This .zip file contains an updated copy of the galleries/ folder and the webassist/caching/CachedResize_Image.php folder to correct the problem. Overwrite the existing PowerStore Galleries folder with the one in this zip file,copy the CachedResize_Image.php file to the webassist/caching/ folder. If the webassist/caching/ folder does not exist, it will need to be created."

Should there be more files in this fix? I only find the "read me" file and "CachedResize_Image.php".

There is no "PowerStore Galleries folder" in the zipped file that I downloaded. I didn't have a folder called "webassist/caching/" so I created it and put the CachedResize_Image.php in it and uploaded it. It still has the same issues.

Any help would be appreciated.

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