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Thread began 1/04/2010 5:51 pm by mail359892 | Last modified 1/08/2010 4:36 pm by mail359892 | 1812 views | 14 replies

StephenMartin

File Manager

Ok, Eric, I think I figured out what you were speaking to. Sort of. I believe you were referring to the File Manager. If so, then I still see no "list" to choose from. However, I do see the Browse and Upload features. Using those features I can upload jpg, pdf, etc., but when I attempt to upload a .mp3 or mpeg4 file, or something similar to those extensions, I get nothing. It seems as though it uploading and when it is done there is no file to be found. I'm sure I'm directing it to the right folder. I checked and rechecked that, and I'm sure the file is not there. Nothing. Is there a setting I need to enable for that to happen or is it a defect, or something else?

I hope you can help me out. Thanks.

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