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File Manager Hide Directories

Thread began 6/19/2013 9:30 pm by ed331947 | Last modified 10/21/2014 12:12 am by ed331947 | 263 views | 2 replies

ed331947

File Manager Hide Directories

I would like to hide the directories when opening the file manager. I have unchecked the Show Directories box, but still they show. In the code, it reads... show_sidebar:false, ... but still the directories show.

When I have 'show_sidebar:true' the url reads http://domainname.com/webassist/kfm/?theme=webassist_v2&startup_folder=images/assets/&showsidebar=true and the directories show. When I have 'show_sidebar:false' the url reads http://domainname.com/webassist/kfm/?theme=webassist_v2&startup_folder=images/assets/ and the directories still show.

However, when I take the first url and change the showsidebar=true to showsidebar=false and put it in the browser as such: http://domainname.com/webassist/kfm/?theme=webassist_v2&startup_folder=images/assets/&showsidebar=false, the directories do NOT show. So, it seems that either the javascript or php is stripping the showsidebar=false out of the code somewhere.

Update:

It was as simple as putting the ' around false, so it should read: showsidebar='false' instead of showsidebar=false . It works now.

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