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    407 error when uploading image

    When uploading an image with the fancy uploader (either quick reply or full mode, with the image button or the attachment dialog) I get this error as soon as I click upload:

    (Managed to upload this image by going to full reply mode, using the attachment button and the basic uploader there, previewing the post to get the URL then linking to that with an image tag. Dead smart, I am)

    FF15.01, no proxy.
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    Last edited by ZeroHour; 23rd October 2012 at 02:51 PM.

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    Cant replicate it yet as it all works for me so far.
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    Hmmm. I'll try again.

    Aye, still getting it, even after restarting FF... I'll see if I can pin it down anymore

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    chewbacca.gif

    IE9 seems fine...

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    Chrome is fine

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    Firefox still broken. Hmmm. It's not AdBlock as that's disabled on edugeek.net, and there's no other extensions likely to cause an issue.

    Just me, it seems

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    Not just you. I have seen this as well. I had to resort to using the basic uploader which works ok.

    I have this problem on FF from our company network (behind TMG proxy server - not sure if that makes a difference?).

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    Last edited by DavidIrwin; 17th October 2012 at 09:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidIrwin View Post
    Not just you. I have seen this as well. I had to resort to using the basic uploader which works ok.

    I have this problem on FF and IE9 from our company network (behind TMG proxy server - not sure if that makes a difference?).

    Dave
    If anything a proxy makes things better for me - my IE and Chrome are both proxied (smoothie), but my FF goes direct to the internet. Switching FF to go via proxy makes no odds though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    If anything a proxy makes things better for me - my IE and Chrome are both proxied (smoothie), but my FF goes direct to the internet. Switching FF to go via proxy makes no odds though.
    Not sure if it makes a difference, but my machine is a little out of date with FF version 11.

    Dave

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    Hmm can you please try upload again just in case it was a server issue (I installed a batch of updates last night)
    One thing to note, the advanced uploader uses a stealth flash object to deal with the upload and I wonder if FF is not passing it through the proxy properly.

    EDIT: I have switched us to the ajax uploader to test that.

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    zanypickle_121609_2211.jpg

    Looks good to me.

    My FF was never going through a proxy (the only one of my browsers that doesn't) so Lord only knows.

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    Just to check Attach Files in Advanced mode as well

    whatido.JPG

    EDIT: Seems good to me, that's quick reply & advanced mode, image button & attachment button all working

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    It sounds like it was a flash issue so I will leave the uploader in ajax mode for now.
    PNG images used to have an upload issue but only certain png images.

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