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kfm issue

Thread began 4/02/2013 6:40 pm by gruant2000381341 | Last modified 4/07/2013 1:53 pm by gruant2000381341 | 3368 views | 9 replies |

gruant2000381341

kfm issue

images are uploading and saving to files dir
but once uploaded, no thumbs show and no directories list out when you click browse server
I think I read the fix for that at one point, but I cannot find it..
what was that fix?

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gruant2000381341

note.. I tried the j/all.php/can-minify edit but that did not work on this

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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

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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Checkmate

I have a customer with Power CMS and he's having a problem that sounds just like this as well, it just started a day or two ago. If you wait long enough, eventually the icons and directories populate, but occasionally they never do.

Customer's Particulars:
IE 10 (We are also using Compatibility mode to get the content fields to show up.)
Windows 8
Microsoft Security Essentials.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Do you have the same issue in other browsers? or only in IE 10?

The KFM File manager is not updated to be compatible with IE 10.

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Checkmate

Hmm... giving it a quick test on my own system just now, it appears it's working normally under Firefox and chrome but not IE10. I wonder if a windows update broke something in compatibility view, allegedly it was working fine in that configuration until this week.

Is there an update in the works? I know this version of PowerCMS is a bit old.

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gruant2000381341

I wonder how hard it would be to integrate a very basic image uploader and file manager into ckeditor. I am tiring of always needing to scramble when a new browser comes out to update jquery or mootools or some 3rd party solution.

How picky is ckeditor when it comes to mapping a custom function that would be pure php and maybe a little raw js and ajax?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

@Checkmate: The file manager used in HTML Editor is a 3rd party File manager called KFM:
kfm.verens.com/

the problem is that they have not released an update to support IE 10 that we can use in HTML Editor.

you can force the file manager to use the IE9 or IE 8 engine by editing webasssist/kfm/index.php file. In the head section add this line of code:

<meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=9" >



or you can use:

<meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=8" >




@gruant2000381341:
Have a look at this thread on the stack overflow forums:

ckeditor-how-to-add-a-custom-button-to-the-toolbar-that-calls-a-javascript-func

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gruant2000381341

I got the version on the live server working, but the one on my local environment still will not show the uploaded images.
Is there anything that you could think of that would be causing this?

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