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kguske
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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 5:51 am Reply with quote

XAMPP 1.6.2, PHP5, XP SP2.

Have you tried different browsers? Shut down your firewall? I'm guessing, like the naming issue with the resources directory, that there is something blocking it on the Windows side.

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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 6:05 am Reply with quote

I'll give some of these things a try, especially the firewall. Remember though too that I also had issues getting the quick upload to work on linux on a customer site, so not sure about the firewall thing. I am thinking it has to be some setting in my XAMPP setup or something else similar that is causing pathing issues. Remember the email I sent a week or so ago about the absolute path changes I had to make? So, something is "squirrelly".

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kguske
PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 6:15 am Reply with quote

That is odd. I've installed it on several sites without issues. Anything in the error log?
 
montego
PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 6:18 am Reply with quote

No sir... other than the fact that the editor cannot present (find) the file that was supposedly just uploaded. So, with the quick upload, its getting all the way to firing the JS alert that the file was uploaded, but then when it comes back to preview, no image and when I check /uploads/image directory, its "empty".
 
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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 6:42 am Reply with quote

'M' - assuming you are using FF not the phpED or XAMPP built in 'browser' I'm curious if FF Developer plug-in is showing any js errors (if you have the plug-in installed).

So to recap, in case I missed anything, the upload/x directories are writable, when viewing page source the path to the image is correct but the image didn't get uploaded?
I really must get this installed today so I'm going to try now while it's quiet.
 
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montego
PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 6:46 am Reply with quote

I have already reported the only error that I could see to "K" behind the scenes in email. But, it is a known FCKeditor issue, but when I read the text on the bug, it just seems like it should not be related.

Your recap is exactly correct.

Yes, some additional setup and testing would be appreciated. I just upgraded my XAMPP to the latest release and will try again tomorrow morning.
 
Guardian2003
PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 7:57 am Reply with quote

OK I got this installed. The only edits I had to do (from a DIFF perspective) was add the $uploadpath var to rnconfig and your tweak to allow admins unrestricted 'posting' in mainfile then I just uploaded the main files.
I have created a test article on my site and as you can see, no problems with images and I also tried out the 'quick upload' for a flash file and even one the 'templates' that are available.
I used the default 'uploads' directory which was not CHMODed but ones inside were CHMODed to 777 (they might work with a lower setting but have not tested yet.
One 'quirk' which I need to re-test is I typed some dummy text in storytext then added an image. When the image was uploaded I noticed this text had magically appeared in the extendedtext area as well.
I have to pop out but I'll re test that when I get back, I'm sure it was probably user error Wink
 
kguske
PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 8:08 am Reply with quote

M, one thing I noticed when testing various configurations on XAMPP was that sometimes it would store the file in a different directory than I was expecting. If I searched for the file in the htdocs directory, I would find it, just not where I expected it. Can you verify that the file wasn't uploaded anywhere?
 
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