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lisalew
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Oct 8, 2011 - 2:13 pm

Thank you!! I appreciate your support on this. 

  1. The .JPG error is fixed!  
  2. I increased my memory limit in my php5.ini file and I haven't been able to replicate the 999 error - so that one is taken care of too. 
  3. I am recieving the "Image already exists error" - but I think this is now only occuring for images that really do already exist, so it likely is working as intended (unfortunate they don't assign a new name to the file every time so people can upload the same file more than once if necessary.)  
  4. The image upload constraint section is not displaying the correct info (it still says "unlimited" for most even though I have limits set).  Also, this section is appearing on firefox but not ie for some reason. 
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Mr Papa
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Oct 8, 2011 - 2:16 pm

I will have to check IE... which IE? only one that comes close to being real browser is IE 9... the IE 10 prieviews are promising too...

are you sure thats true for users? admins dont have most of the sizes applied to them...

as to files, also remember that they are stored in monthly folders... so they would have to do it in the same month...

Earlier in the development I played with some random string at end of number for version, but it was problematic with the js library I am using... When I have a chance, I do plan to revisit...

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Mr Papa
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Oct 8, 2011 - 2:17 pm

The constraints do show in IE 9...  I will see if I can dig up an older version of IE...

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Oct 8, 2011 - 2:25 pm

actually, the constraints info shows for me in IE 7, IE 8 and IE 9...  make sure you clear your browser cache since there was js changes...

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Oct 8, 2011 - 2:49 pm

Oh, I forgot admin priveleges are different.  I cleared the cache in ie9 and they are there now. 

I have one more image bug report that I haven't been able to duplicate (Error 113: Unable to get image size information").  It only happens on a mac using Safari (when one of the users with the problem tried firefox, it wasn't an issue).  I'll contact the user and see if she is still receiving the error, but wondered if you had heard of it.

One more question - will performance (like site load time) be affected by increasing my php memory limit? I set it at 128M.  Is this a good amount? 

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Mr Papa
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Oct 8, 2011 - 3:36 pm

128M should be plenty... of course, the large the images that attempt to be uploaded the more memory needed...

unable to get the image size would not be browser dependent... Its really a server function... it means that after the file was uploaded, we could not determine the size (width/problem-with-post-edit-buttoneight) of the image using a php function... if the server didnt support the function, it would do it all the time... so if we cannot determine the image size, it might not be an image or might be corrupt... either way, we cannot proceed...

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