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I'm trying to add some images using Grant's version of filemanager. Everything works great (config.php and fckconfig.js are set properly, as on http://mcpuk.net/fbxp/?page=info) apart from file uploding, where I receive this error: Upload a new file in this folder (Upload in progress, please wait.. NaN%)Any suggestions?The testme.php file displays: Checking for GD support: Yes JPEG Support: Yes PNG Support: Yes GIF Support: Yes Image Write Support: YesRequesting connector.php?Command=GetFolders&Type=Image&CurrentFolder=/ :
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Connector command="GetFolders" resourceType="Image"><CurrentFolder path="/" url="/editor/upload/Image/" /><Folders><Folder name="adam" /></Folders></Connector>
It is probably due to the perl scripts not running correctly on your configurations, i am thinking of withdrawing the upload progress bit from the php connector, its causing nothing but problems. In the file http://www.mcpuk.net/fbxp/downloads/TestUpdate.zipyou will find an updated copy of the testme.php script which includes a test for the progress.cgi script
mcukstorm, how did you get your fckeditor to show up in firefox on this link http://www.mcpuk.net/fbxp/demo/editor/test.php. I'm having problem with mine, it doesn't show up. Can you package what you're using for download?
A full package of the demo running on the http://www.mcpuk.net/fbxp site is now available under the downloads section on the site.
testme.phpif you have problems runnign this script on cgi modereplace# $uri="http".(((isset($_SERVER['HTTPS']))&&(strtolower($_SERVER['HTTPS'])!='off'))?"s":"")."://".$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'].dirname($_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'])."/";with $uri="http".(((isset($_SERVER['HTTPS']))&&(strtolower($_SERVER['HTTPS'])!='off'))?"s":"")."://".$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'].dirname($_SERVER['PHP_SELF'])."/";
In the Thumbnail.php file in Commands, after the thumbnail is created put in a line to chmod the file to 644 , this should take care of it. I will get round to puting this in the connector at some point, promise
Thanks so much, thats done the trick neatly, the txtURL thing.Ive tried to add a title to this topic that someone else might be able to pick up on in the search.Anyway to make the url of the image relative to the document root rather than the full url, ie..http://www.example.com/data/Image/file.gifI want it to be.../data/Image/file.gif
for us newcomers your link http://www.mcpuk.net/downloads/fck_fb_conn_php_new.zip is dead
Yes that link is not redundant please goto http://www.mcpuk.net/fbxp insteadSorry i would remove/change the links in the other messages but its not possible in this forum.
That should have read: Yes that link is *now* redundant please goto http://www.mcpuk.net/fbxp instead Sorry i would remove/change the links in the other messages but its not possible in this forum.
The filebrowser extension is only that, however i have written a php class to construct the editor, i will try and get it on my site over the weekend. ( http://www.mcpuk.net/fbxp )
my filebrowser doesn`t work at all now, it used to work and I did all the things of the readme-filehttp://184.108.40.206/Admin/nieuwsbriev ... testme.php
You might want to consider:http://pecl.php.net/package/postparserfor a PHP version of the file upload progress bar. Its a module, but its relativly easily to include these dynamically.
ok here it is in CVS:http://zirzow.dyndns.org/cgi-bin/viewcv ... ostparser/and here is a demo (that dosen't work, but contains source code if you have PHP compiled right)http://postparser.zirzow.dyndns.org/Here is the announcement for it:http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=pecl-de ... 232516&w=2