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    Your Brand
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  • Your Brand
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    settings (formerly usercp)>forum settings>Enable Enhanced Attachment Uploading - turn this off and you will upload as previous versions...works.

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  • Gomjaba
    Senior Member

  • Gomjaba
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    Just opened a ticket myself. I cannot upload images but text files are fine. I do use the filesystem but the folder is on 777 obviously, otherwise textfile wouldn't / couldn't be uploaded. It does not work for me on either, IE8 or FF

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  • Gunboards.com
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  • Gunboards.com
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    Zach,
    We have several members experiencing the same issue across IE 7 and 8. AOL 9 does not work period. I have not heard of any Firefox issues yet.

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  • Zachery
    Former vBulletin Support

  • Zachery
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    Anyone else having this problem what OS/Browser are you using?

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  • aberg
    Senior Member

  • aberg
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    Here also the same problem, please support what was found!

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  • PET
    Senior Member

  • PET
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    Just wanted to post that I have the same problem, but I found my adblocker blocked the new pop-up.

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  • kersti
    Senior Member

  • kersti
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    Can you post what it was found to be? I'm having the same problem

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  • adieball
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  • adieball
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    Put in a support ticket, and include ftp phpmyadmin and admincp logins.
    Hi

    did that, Ticket ID: 985905

    thanks Zachery

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  • Zachery
    Former vBulletin Support

  • Zachery
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    Put in a support ticket, and include ftp phpmyadmin and admincp logins.

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  • adieball
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  • adieball
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    Check each directory in the file system for the attachment directories, they ALL need to be 777, not just the first one.
    Sure, but I'm storing attachments in the Database, not in the filesystem

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  • Zachery
    Former vBulletin Support

  • Zachery
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    Check each directory in the file system for the attachment directories, they ALL need to be 777, not just the first one.

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  • adieball
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  • adieball
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    Have you checked the permissions on all of the folders and subfolders of where you're storing attachments?
    I'm storing still in the database

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  • adieball
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  • adieball
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    Have you checked the permissions on all of the folders and subfolders of where you're storing attachments?
    Hi Zychery

    yes (think so). I mean what to check in specific? I don't get any errors in the apache error log and the Test under Maintenance in admincp works fine as well.

    Also, it HAS worked. it just stopped working today. The only thing I did was to remove basically all permissions form the
    Unregistered / Not Logged In - -
    Users Awaiting Email Confirmation - -
    Users Awaiting Moderation

    Usergroups

    Thanks

    Andre

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  • Zachery
    Former vBulletin Support

  • Zachery
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    Have you checked the permissions on all of the folders and subfolders of where you're storing attachments?

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  • adieball
    New Member

  • adieball
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    What about the upload diagnostic in the AdminCP > Maintenance > Diagnostics > File Upload
    Hi Zachery

    I checked this and it reports to be fine.
    As said, I doubt it's a general filesystem or php problem, as I can e.g. change the picture of a comunity group.

    thanks

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