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Image Manager IOS6

Thread began 4/28/2013 10:20 pm by enquiry272230 | Last modified 4/29/2013 11:09 am by Jason Byrnes | 453 views | 1 replies |


Image Manager IOS6


Ive been attempting to get HTML editor's image upload working with IOS6, as it now allows you to browse for an image file.
The reason being so that I can edit while traveling using my iPad instead of a laptop.

So far all is well, except that with IOS6, in File Manager, after upload an image is automatically labelled image.jpg, irrespective of it's original file name in IOS.
I cannot upload any more images, because it always says that the file name already exists unless I delete or rename the other upload.

I cannot easily rename the file after upload as the rename dialog box is unavailable.
I have to rename the file by using the crop tool > save as new file, then delete the original image.jpg.

It would be really handy if there is a workaround for this.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The File Manger used in HTML Editor is a third part file manager called Kae's File Manager.

They have not released on update for IOS6 compatibility.

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