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Known issue (and solution) for Thumnail Renaming Issue

Thread began 11/30/2009 6:26 pm by Anna Robinson | Last modified 1/11/2010 4:57 pm by deafboyz_audio386924 | 3933 views | 2 replies |

Anna Robinson

Known issue (and solution) for Thumnail Renaming Issue

There is an issue with Digital File Pro 2 where uploading multiple files to the same location does not rename the thumbnails correctly.

A simple fix is posted in the Download Center on the Digital File Pro 2 download page (in the Known Issues section), but I will also post the fix below.


1. Open the HelperPHP.php file in the WA_DigitalFilePro directory in your site.

2. In Code view, locate the first instance of the following line of code (this line appears in two different locations).

$renameFileName = str_replace($newFileNameDefault2, $baseFileName, $renameFileName);

To ensure that you locate the correct line of code, you may want to press Ctrl (Cmd) + F to search for the line.

3. Replace the line of code with the following.

$renameFileName = str_replace($newFileNameDefault2, $attemptedFileName, $renameFileName);

4. Repeat this process with the second instance of the line of code.

5. Once both lines of have been updated, save the file.

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there is whitespace at the end of the code example...

make sure its not there when you search or you might not get any results back.... happened to me.

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