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PrincessFiona
May 2nd, 2011, 10:48 AM
I'm sorry to place this question in the general forums. I don't seem to have permission to post elsewhere just yet.

Recenly, I had the PhotoPost software installed on my server at medicalspouse.com/forums So far, I really like the software. The only issue that I'm having is with video uploads. I am able to upload and watch a video in my gallery....once I try to return to the forums though, they shut down with an error. I had to delete the video to be able to view the forums. I am guessing it has something to do with a change to the header information sent out. I tried this twice with the same result each time. The only fix is deleting the video. Can anyone offer me a suggestion on how to fix this?

Thanks,

Kris

Chuck S
May 2nd, 2011, 11:22 AM
I am not sure of what your issue might be. It sounds like your reporting some issue with your forum not the gallery. You seem to be able to upload a video and view it so no problem there.

How exactly in every detail are you getting your issue.

I uploaded a video on your site since I was the one who did your install. I viewed it and then went to your forum everything seems to work fine.

Message - My Photo Gallery (http://www.medicalspouse.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=69&title=wildlife&cat=500)

PrincessFiona
May 4th, 2011, 02:41 PM
Thanks Chuck,

I want to thank you again for installing both programs on my system!

I just did another quick video upload again to get the exact error.

When I upload the video, it is successful As long as I stay within the gallery, it can also be viewed by me. My forums are working successfully before the upload each and every time. As soon as the video is uploaded, if I return to my forums I get a white page with the following error message posted:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function pp_get_filename() in /home/kris/public_html/forums/forum.php(642) : eval()'d code on line 186

The only way for me to get the forums working again is to delete the video.

This error is only associated with video uploading and I can correct it by removing the video.

Kris

Chuck S
May 4th, 2011, 05:30 PM
Well more than likely this is related to a plugin on your forum not the gallery itself. I will look and see