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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 | 2233 views | 13 replies

randyrie405335

The code placed the following text in the KAE's File Manager window:

address:../../FileUploads [*My Note: notice the missing "/" at the end of ../../FileUploads ]
output:/ARLatWORK/FileUploads
override:

I opened the Site Settings screen and manually placed a "/" in front of the displayed Upload Directory's directory name - - that seemed to have done the trick. Selecting the path via the folder icon on the Site Settings screen does not do this [see *My Note above] and that's probably why there was no "/" placed between the FIleUploads directory and the filename in the path displayed on the Image Properties screen. Is there a way to change the configuration script for the Site Settings so that the path is displayed accurately?

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