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file manager: thumbnaisl not showing

Thread began 9/25/2010 1:35 pm by info328376 | Last modified 9/28/2010 12:04 pm by Jason Byrnes | 789 views | 4 replies |

info328376

file manager: thumbnaisl not showing

When uploading images with the file manager, everything works exept, that I don't see thumbnails of the uploaded pictures (see attached picture).
Any idea what causes this problem ?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

that usually happens if the image path is not correct.


what happens if you select one of the images? and add it to the HTML editor window, does the image display then?

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info328376

When I select an image, it displays in the HTML-editor window, so the images are on the server and the path is correct.
In the filemanager, I see thumbnails, but they're all the same, so I don't see a preview of the images on the server (see attached picture in my first post). When I right-click on the images and choose 'show image' in the file manager, I can see the images.

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info328376

problem solved

Looks like the problem is solved. I deleted all the files in the folder files/thumbs. After that, when I opened the file manager, the thumbs were rebuild and after some time, all the thumbnails were OK.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

OK, glad to hear this is working.


perhaps the problem was due to file permissions, the thumb nail files may have had permissions set that where preventing them from being displayed in the browser.

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