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Thread began 11/03/2010 4:29 pm by arturo.civit157551 | Last modified 11/11/2010 2:19 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1555 views | 17 replies |

arturo.civit157551

Uploading images

Hi there, I don't know what's going on but seems like I can't upload files, images, etc using the editor, despite the fact that I already granted that kind of permissions, still not able to upload images, any idea? I just have the option to post the image url.

Thanks a lot!

Arturo

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info395053

I'm having the same issue.

I just upgraded to the latest html version 202 and I'm using Dreamweaver CS4. I just get the message 'Upload not available' on the upload dialogue box in the editor even though I've checked and re-checked the settings for upload are enabled.

Any suggestions?

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arturo.civit157551

Any comment? I'm wasting development time with this issue, please, a reply from the staff should be handy.

Thanks

A.-

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

make sure to upload the entire HTMLEditor folder after making the change.

The majority of functionality in HTML Editor is driven through javascript which gets cached by the web browser, often for the changes to show in the browser, you will need to delete the browsers cache, then completely close it and reopen the browser.


If you continue to have a problem, please send a link where I can look into the issue.

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arturo.civit157551

Hi Jason, thanks, well, I uploaded everything and still is not working, any ideas? Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

If you continue to have a problem, please send a link where I can look into the issue.

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arturo.civit157551

Hi Jason, is there a way I can send you a private message with the info on this? Thanks

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info395053

Hi Jason,

I get the same error message on my local server, so it's not an upload issue. Also, I'm running php5 on my local and php4 on the remote and still the same error, so it's not a php issue either.

Do you know why it may be happening?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:
supporthistory.php

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info395053

Hi Jason,

Thanks for the reply. Since I last posted I had a look at where the file manager is defined in the .js file and found that the last two lines had 'false' instead of 'true' for file manager, so changing to 'true' fixed the problem.

FCKConfig.ManagerEnabled = true;
if (true) {FCKConfig.Plugins.Add('kfm');}

Simple! Now that I know this is all you have to do, it's no longer an issue for me. However, it means that the wizard for creating the HTML editor is not writing the correct entry so you may want to look into it in case you are inundated with requests for help!

p.s. Thanks for a terrific plugin.

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