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Thread began 2/11/2010 7:25 pm by neo314 | Last modified 2/16/2010 5:17 pm by Eric Mittman | 666 views | 3 replies |

neo314

Custom Directories

Can we get instructions on the best way to enter into the GUI or the recommended modification to have per user or user restricted directories in the file manager with the current extension.

Also, I suggest adding the meta tag

<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7">

to KFM's index.php file. I am having issues with it in IE8 which go away in compatibility view.

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Eric Mittman

This is not a currently supported feature of the HTML Editor. If you wanted to add something like this you would need to implement it as a custom solution, but it is not something that we support.

One way you could do this is to have a directory specified in the users record, then when the user logs in you can store this directory in a session variable. You could then reference this session variable in the HTMLEditor > editor > plugins > kfm > configuration.php for the $kfm_userfiles_address variable.

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neo314

Ok. That is what I figured. Please consider this a feature request then to add a data source selector for the upload directory in the GUI. Thanx.

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Eric Mittman

I have added this as a formal request to HTML Editor so that engineering can look into getting this included.

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