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The default value of an uploaded image is being removed when the form is submitted without making a change to the uploaded image.

Thread began 9/16/2019 1:38 pm by BillHobbs | Last modified 9/17/2019 12:22 pm by BillHobbs | 33 views | 7 replies

BillHobbs

That's weird. The form was set that way originally and was uploading. It could be that I've created those pages at least 5 or 6 times and I missed it on this round.

I did put the scripts through their paces and everything seems to be working right now.

I will note this, when I created the upload going through the file manipulation wizard I set the image options to Resize: None It set:
ResizeType = 0
ResizeWidth = 120
ResizeHeight= 120
ResizeFillColor = #FFFFFF

I changed those values to:
ResizeType = 0
ResizeWidth = 0
ResizeHeight= 0
ResizeFillColor =

Not sure if it was supposed to do that or not. I don't remember those values being filled in DataBridge V1.

I'll post the other bugs as I get to them again.

As always Thanks.

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