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  • Steve Machol
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    Please start your own thread with all the relevant details. Thank you.

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  • Pope Viper
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    This seems to have resurfaced for me after I moved to a new server.

    Could I get some guidance?

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  • Pope Viper
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    I'm having this issue with 3.8.4

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  • pokesph
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    apparently we're also having this issue in 3.8.2

    any ideas and/or suggestions as to a fix?

    edit: nm, found the pl1 release from those linked posts.. thanks everyone.
    Last edited by pokesph; Thu 28 May '09, 4:21pm.

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  • timelord726
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    Yup, that's my problem. I've voted it as reproducible.

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  • Hatsu
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    Getting the same error.
    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/proje...?issueid=27292

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  • timelord726
    started a topic Error when attaching files to blog

    Error when attaching files to blog

    I get a strange error when I attempt to attach files to a blog entry. When I attach something to a regular forum post, it works just fine, but when I attach something to a blog entry, I get the following:

    Fatal error:
    A required field called filesize is missing or has an invalid value.
    Unable to proceed with save while $errors array is not empty in class vB_DataManager_Attachment_Blog_Filesystem in [path]/includes/class_dm.php on line 810
    #0 vb_error_handler(256,
    A required field called filesize is missing or has an invalid value.
    Unable to proceed with save while $errors array is not empty in class vB_DataManager_Attachment_Blog_Filesystem, /home/www/dannystewart.com/forums/includes/class_dm.php, 810, Array ([this] => vB_DataManager_Attachment_Blog_Filesystem

    And then a very long set of data that I can't make sense of. Here's a screenshot of the first part of it to give you some idea what it looks like.

    http://img.skitch.com/20090131-c9nqy...1bmg4i58c3.png

    Any idea what's going on here? Thanks in advance for any help.

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