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DA and HTML3 Editor paths

Thread began 1/28/2011 10:12 am by this_is_me | Last modified 1/28/2011 10:12 am by this_is_me | 637 views | 0 replies |


DA and HTML3 Editor paths

I don't know if this has something to do with html3 editor but:
after having switched to this new version, the paths in my admin directory for Dataassist do not fit anymore. After inserting a new content in the insert page, it should jump to the detail page. But I suddenly get a hyperlink like:


but it should be (and was before:)


Don't klick the Links, they are on the testing server / on our LAN

I don't know why there would be suddenly the insertion of /media/www/ in the hyperlink?
BTW, /media/www/ is the internal path on my testing (linux) server to the main www directory where all the projects reside. It should not be in the hyperlink, though.

I would like to know where I have to change the path so that it is working as before.


this was a wrong assumption. It is another issue from DA, version 2.0.8. Look up the sticky note and change the library.php file as described there

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