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KFM File manager hangs when trying to browse server

Thread began 12/20/2012 11:33 am by sean366869 | Last modified 5/25/2020 1:09 pm by sean366869 | 6899 views | 46 replies

yogastudents362523

Hi,

Thank you, I can now safely select folders and get the correct directly specified;

However, I still cannot upload any images. When I try to upload either a jpg or png, I ultimately get an error message saying that it is not possible to handle a file larger than 2M

Just to be certain I am doing the "right" thing: I select a content area, input some text with the ck editor, and then select the image icon. An image properties dialogue box appears with an option to "Browse server". I select that, and a "KC finder" dialogue box appears.This allows me to press an "Upload" optio whereupon I can browse the local folder and select an image. As soon as I select an image and click open, a blue stripy bar appears in that last dialogue box to indicate that the system is uploading and "thinking".

I then get the said error message about flouting the maximum permitted upload size.

Thank you,
KB

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