September 22, 2006 in Feedback
I invited some of my Moderators to the test board to help me test things out. Well, one of them is having trouble uploading. I have the permissions set to unlimited upload space, and yet, when he tries to upload, it times out. I have no trouble uploading though. Are there any more settings, besides the obvious ones, that I should be looking for?
Yeah, how big is the file he is trying to upload and what is his internet connection and is it wired or wireless.
So is there anything I can do to fix this? Could it be a bug, a server issue or am I just screwed? My forum relies heavily on uploads. And if I cant get this figured out, I may as well forget about installing the upgrade.
I have an issue as well with one of the people testing my install, I have had no issues, however he gets no error message, it just says uploading and hangs there.
Is it under 2MB? What browser are they using?
50kb and using netscape 7.2
Is it an allowed attachment type in the ACP?
Hmmmm.... Netscape hasn't been used in ages. Have him try IE, and if that works recommend FireFox.(Well it hasnt has very much popularity... Back in the day it was the "FireFox" of the times until Microsoft killed it. Still around, but not as widely used).
IE 6 worked fine. Go figure there is a browser crappier then IE :D
Hi, I have the same prob with IE6.0.29 and FF1.0.7 in 2.2B1 and 2.2B2think its caused by some local settings, but I havent found out the reason yet.In FF its just "hanging" after pressing the upload button. Somehow its not really hanging since I still can go back...In IE its a little bit strange: the file goes into the attachment-list after upload, but when putting it into the post the whole domain is blocked for about 5 minutes in IE and FF (over domains still work). If I just wait this 5 minutes - before putting it into the post - it works.Updated already to SunJava 1.5.0_06-b05. Still not working.Tried without firewall. Also not working.Maybe anyone has an idea what other kind of setting may can cause thisUwe
Check your AV software.
I'm sure it's posted above and I just don't see it, but make sure the user has cleared his/her browsing cache. Might be something left in there conflicting.
cache was cleared tooUwe
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