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Multiple Alert error messages when uploading images using Internet Explorer

Thread began 1/27/2011 11:21 am by blu | Last modified 9/21/2011 4:18 am by blu | 1817 views | 6 replies


Hi Dan

I'm clicking the icon in the menu for adding images (screenshot attached).

I've tried it on a few different Windows / Internet Explorer setups as follows all with the same problem:

ie8 on windows 7 (64 bit) - in both vanilla and compatibility mode (Orange ISP)
ie8 on windows XP Home Edition SP2 - in both vanilla and compatibility mode (BT ISP)
ie7 on windows Vista Ultimate 32bit SP2 (BT ISP)

also (though I think this may be unrelated)
ie6 on windows XP Professional SP3 (which didn't get to the error messages as it hung the browser when I clicked on the browse button to browse my hd for images)

Hope this helps. Going to try installing on a different server altogether to see what happens.

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