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Images uploading with 640 permissions even with chmod applied

Thread began 8/22/2012 4:56 pm by sublucent | Last modified 8/22/2012 6:29 pm by sublucent | 880 views | 2 replies

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Images uploading with 640 permissions even with chmod applied


It seems that permissions are randomly set between 640 and 644 every time I upload an image to a Network Solutions site using File Manipulation. I have read in other posts that Network Solutions said it was the script that was causing the problems, not them.

I've applied the chmod() found in other posts:

$_POST["Insert"]) || isset($_POST["Insert_x"])){
chmod(WA_DFP_UploadFiles("WA_UploadResult1""image""0""""JPG:90"$WA_UploadResult1_Params), 0644);

Now it seems the first time I upload an image it sets permissions to 640, but if upload the same image a second time the permissions get set to 644.
EDIT: After further testing it still seems a bit random.

Any thoughts on how I can resolve this? Do I need to make any changes to the helperphp.php file?

Thanks in advance

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