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etienne_sf

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Re: Browser Crash
« Reply #20 on: March 09, 2010, 03:35:19 pm »

Ok, let's go back to the issue,

  I was off for one week. It would probably have helped, if I had no holidays ...
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  Please provide me the debug output. The way to get it is explained in the JUpload doc, and in the main message, here above. Here is the link:
http://forum.coppermine-gallery.net/index.php/topic,53168.0.html

Please read (at least) this part of this message:

6) HOW TO SOLVE PROBLEMS ?


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Re: Browser Crash
« Reply #21 on: March 10, 2010, 09:31:32 pm »

Sorry I don't understand the whole PC Slang in english.

It still worked in Opera, just not with the firefox. So when I upload pix, I will use Opera, it is not th finest way, but it easier as understanding all the stuff you ask on point 6.

What I understand is:

* You're using Firefox on mac
Firefox

* You're using IE7 on Vista
Win7

* You get a PHP error
Nope

* Your Coppermine installation is a plugin (bridge ?) in another tool, and the applet i not displayed
Nope

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Re: Browser Crash
« Reply #22 on: March 11, 2010, 08:15:39 am »

From the docs referred to above...
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Before asking for support, you should :

Check that standard upload works with the same login.
Put the debug on. To do this, you can set the applet debugLevel parameter to 100, in the plugins/jupload/upload_page.php script, or, while using the applet, do a CTRL + right-click on the status area or the file list of the applet, and select the 'debug on' entry in the popup menu that should appear.
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Re: Browser Crash
« Reply #23 on: March 12, 2010, 08:40:37 pm »

Sure the standart upload works!

As I said just on firefox the plugin doesn't work.
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Re: Browser Crash
« Reply #24 on: March 12, 2010, 09:16:06 pm »

Are you deliberately not reading what has been posted? How many times do you have to be asked for the applets debug output? Instructions on how to do so are in my post above.

You have not go off to a good start. We are 21 posts into this thread and you were asked to post the debug on the 5th post and we still don't have it. You were asked to post a link a number of times (and don't say only once, you were pointed to the docs requesting them at least twice before I finally got the hump) and you have got stroppy with those who are trying to help.

There is only so much I am willing to take so either post the debug output from the app as requested a number of times and have been shown how to above in your very next post. If you next post does not contain that but some silly response then you will be banned for a bit to think about it. I hate doing that but I also hat trying to help people who are unwilling to help themselves.
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