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Digital File Pro 1 - do I have the correct version

Thread began 8/26/2009 4:37 pm by sandy170299 | Last modified 8/26/2009 6:23 pm by Jimmy Wu | 950 views | 4 replies |

sandy170299

Digital File Pro 1 - do I have the correct version

I am using digital file pro 1.1.3 - this is what I have installed. However, the PDF documentation is showing options that I do not have in my dialog box. Namely, the ability to resize images. In the extension manager, it says that I have version 1.1.3 installed, but I'm still seeing the old interface, obviously. Has anybody encountered this before?

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sandy170299

Ooops - I see 2 is the latest version. My bad! Okay - I have the right version now. I'm working on a PHP web site using digital file pro 2 and I can't get the upload piece to work. Where is the documentation on how to use digital file pro with data assist? I can't find it on the site anymore.

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Jimmy Wu

There is a tutorial on how to apply Digital File Professional to DataAssist pages under the support page for Digital File Professional:
digital-file-pro/

You can get to the support pages by going to www.webassist.com and mousing over the support menu and clicking on the product you want.

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sandy170299

Thanks! I'm a ColdFusion programmer who is just starting to work with PHP, so I need training wheels!

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Jimmy Wu

Good luck with everything. If you have any additional issues, feel free to post a new thread.

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