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Javascript error!

Thread began 4/01/2010 2:20 pm by olle189996 | Last modified 4/20/2010 8:38 pm by Jimmy Wu | 903 views | 6 replies |

olle189996

Javascript error!

Hi
Just upgraded from Irite to HTML editor.

I get an error when trying to activate the global file permissions.

Is this the usual "reinstall all webassist extensions" problem?

Or is it another (see att)

Using Mac and latest 2.01 (beta)

Regards
olle

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olle189996

Hi
Just tested with clean confiq folder. problem is still there.

Great update!

regards
olle

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Jimmy Wu

Have you tried deleting the winfilecache file?

Did you mean you are installing a beta version of the HTML editor? Try installing a non-beta version.

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olle189996

Well yes I have. with a clean confiq folder I meant starting over with reinstalling all extensions.
The Macfilecache file resides in that folder on a mac.

Hoewer I found the soulotion. I had a databasefield with the name of "url". Renaming that solved the problem.

Is "url" some sort of reserved word for HTML editor?

Regards
olle

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Jimmy Wu

I'm not sure if url is a reserved word for HTML Editor. I'll have to look into the reason why having a database column called url will cause an error.

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dave315749

same problem

i had a form with a text box called url and it did the same thing spent like 3 hours trying to fix it... ahhh !!

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Jimmy Wu

Sorry for the inconvenience. This issue is being looked into currently.

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