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ron4mac

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Re: HTML5 multi-file upload plugin
« Reply #80 on: July 11, 2016, 05:15:33 PM »

  • shouldn't there be an icon to access the plugin's configuration?
  • title and version number seem to stem from the plugin in the list above this one; if on first place, they're empty.
Try moving the HTML5 Upload plugin ahead of the other one to see what difference it makes.
I won't be able to look into any possible issue the the HTML5 Upload plugin until several days from now.
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Re: HTML5 multi-file upload plugin
« Reply #81 on: July 11, 2016, 05:21:04 PM »

Hi,

as we said, when moved to first place, title and version number are empty.
For illustration see attached screenshot.

As for fixing this, there's not that much of a hurry, since the plugins function is not affected 8^)
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Re: HTML5 multi-file upload plugin
« Reply #82 on: July 12, 2016, 01:15:09 PM »

As for fixing this, there's not that much of a hurry, since the plugins function is not affected 8^)

I have not been able to create any condition that causes the behavior that you are seeing ... and there have been no other reports of any similar behavior.
It would seem that whatever is causing the problem is specific to your installation. Perhaps another plugin that is misbehaving or a corrupt CPG installation.
Have you turned on debugging and checked error logs for any clue?
Perhaps try installing a fresh copy of the HTML5 Upload plugin ... it almost seems like the configuration.php file for your current copy must be corrupt.
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Re: HTML5 multi-file upload plugin
« Reply #83 on: July 14, 2016, 01:48:46 PM »

Hi,

the plugin manager list effect we saw was IMHO produced by pluginmgr.php, based on the variables set in your plugin. Thus we suspect a state of those variables where pluginmgr.php is caused to look for title and version number in the previously listed (upper) plugin, empty if none. Or a bug triggered somehow in pluginmgr.php.

Where would we turn on debugging or find logs thereof?

Our unaltered configuration.php from your plugin is as follows. Looks normal.
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<?php
if (!defined('IN_COPPERMINE')) die('Not in Coppermine...');

require_once 
'./plugins/html5upload/initialize.inc.php';
global 
$lang_plugin_html5upload$lang_gallery_admin_menu;

$name $lang_plugin_html5upload['html5upload'];
$description $lang_plugin_html5upload['plug_desc'];
$author 'Ron Crans';
$version '1.3.6';
$plugin_cpg_version = array('min' => '1.5');
$extra_info '<a href="index.php?file=html5upload/admin" class="admin_menu">'.cpg_fetch_icon('config'1)."$name {$lang_gallery_admin_menu['admin_lnk']}</a>";
$install_info $lang_plugin_html5upload['plug_info'];
?>

From the $extra_info in there we finally gathered the URL index.php?file=html5upload/admin to access your Config page. But still, where would we be able to access that normally?
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Re: HTML5 multi-file upload plugin
« Reply #84 on: July 15, 2016, 12:53:30 PM »

the plugin manager list effect we saw was IMHO produced by pluginmgr.php, based on the variables set in your plugin. Thus we suspect a state of those variables where pluginmgr.php is caused to look for title and version number in the previously listed (upper) plugin, empty if none. Or a bug triggered somehow in pluginmgr.php.
Assuming that you are running CPG 1.5.42, there is no way that should be happening. Would it be possible for you to provide me with a link to CPG and an admin login? You can send the information to ron4mac atsign me dot com.
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