Can't Delete Photos
After upgrading to 5.2, photos can not be deleted on my installation. Users, moderators, and administrators are all unable to delete a photo. When I select the radio button under the "Delete" column and click Submit, the "Processing Completed" page comes up, the page refreshes, and the photo is still there. I can move photos to a new category though. What's the problem?
MacOS X Server 10.3.9
We own the Xserve G5 that PhotoPost is running on, but there are 5 virtual hosts running.
I can't say without looking at it as long as you have a delete checkbox there and hit submit it should be deleted
Is delete permission set to yes in admin options?
Allow users to move... : Yes
Allow users to delete... : Yes
Post a test login account and url here please
I threw a few photos up there to play with.
Please reupload all the required files and templates. If you have a delete button and it does not work it means your new files are not there.
Now the user you gave me has no delete rights so I could not test it but the only thing this could be is old files since I can delete on a normal photopost install if delete is on.
Also ensure edit priveledges are yes in usergroup settings
I re-uploaded all necessary files (except config-inc.php and images) and changed the edit privileges for "User" to Yes. Still not working.
What else can I check?
Here's my file list:
Your delete works fine now. I uploaded an image and then deleted it no problem
We may be talking about 2 separate things...
I'm going to Profile > Manage Photos
Pick "Miscellaneous Images" category
Then, select the radio button in the "Delete" column for a photo, and click the "Submit" button. The "Processing Completed" page comes up then redirects to where you were, but the photo is still there.
Yep we are
Okay for your issue in misc.php at line 1189 make this change in bold from int to string
That fixed it.
One more thing...
I'm also having problems with bulk uploads. I've never done this before, but I tested it while experimenting my previous problem. I put in a full URL (http://clients.grayloon.com/motivation/index.html), but it didn't upload a single image from that URL. Did I use it incorrectly?
It does not parse relative urls as it does not know where to find the images
You need to have full url tags
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