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Path missing "/" in Image Properties screen

Thread began 5/05/2015 10:16 am by randyrie405335 | Last modified 5/19/2015 2:58 pm by randyrie405335 | 2725 views | 13 replies


Path missing "/" in Image Properties screen

I just upgraded Data Bridge to version 1.2.2 and now the old issue of errant pathing in the Image Properties window has returned. Now when I enter a sub-directory [Community Boards] in the Editor Setting window under the General tab, I get an incorrect path in the Image Properties window:

e.g., Instead of: /FileUploads/Community Board/Community Board/piano_lloyd.jpg - - I now get /FileUploads/Community BoardCommunity Board/piano_lloyd.jpg where the "/" is missing between the two Community Boards. I know this was resolved a few years ago by manually adjusting some code in one of the files located in the KFM directory and this was also corrected in one of the version updates since. But now I'm back to this error again! How do I fix this?

Please consider this URGENT because this is now live on our production server and is causing us a tech support nightmare!!

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