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Thread began 6/16/2010 6:42 pm by gstoyle396649 | Last modified 6/24/2010 10:38 am by gstoyle396649 | 1834 views | 13 replies

gstoyle396649

Originally Said By: neilo
  Hi there,

Yes - when I add the 'doesn't work' url string you posted in the address bar after my own url/HTMLEditor/directory path, I get the old standard type kfm file browser that you are currently getting. That is the same url that my editor defaults to if I leave the htaccess file entirely intact.

People on other threads have reported solving the problem by deleting just the 'php_value magic_quotes_gpc off' lines under the 'mod_php4c' & 'mod_php4c' lines.

Could you post a link to the javascript file in your HTMLEditor/custom folder (if there are more than one then the one with the highest number at the end)?

All academic as Eric will sort it in a flash, but just curious!  



Thanks Neilo - I tried removing those lines in the htaccess...no joy I'm afraid.

The link to the javascript file is index_homeContent2.js

Thanks again.

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