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HTML Editor 3, no image preview in editor

Thread began 1/24/2011 11:42 pm by joshua.bridge413401 | Last modified 2/01/2011 12:08 pm by joshua.bridge413401 | 3464 views | 15 replies


File paths

I have used iRite, the last html editor and just downloaded the new one. All versions have problems with image paths.

Howeaver the last two I have been able to fix!

My site has an admin pannel in admin on the server and the upload folder is upload.

The default file manager install of the extention generated:

$kfm_userfiles_address = '../../upload';
$kfm_userfiles_output = 'upload/';

I read through this forum topic and have tryed a few variations of ../ etc

I have also checked the imagemagick is installed.

But there is still no joy!

I can upload images and they go to the correct folder, when i use the image browser i can see file names but no preview.

When i intert an image the "Image Preview" window puts a URL of upload/imageName.jpg in to the src="" which works fine, exept as the editor is in the admin folder and not the root i can't see a preview!

Hope this makes sence!!!

Please help

Thanks, Keith

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