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Responsive FileManager
(2019-04-11, 19:33:33)datiswous Wrote: Hello, why is the following code present on every page in the frontend? This is after the </footer>

As I stated in the post above yours, you can change this in the config. of the settings (Responsive FileManager CKEditor integration):

   
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Ok, but what I don't get why all this code is posted in frondend while the plugin's functionality is in the backend.
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(2019-04-14, 02:05:33)datiswous Wrote: Ok, but what I don't get why all this code is posted in frondend while the plugin's functionality is in the backend.

It is posted to the front-end so that it can be used for different types of galleries, lightbox pop-up, etc., if you choose to.
If not needed, just un-check, it it should no longer show anything on the public side. May need to clear cache, I dont remember.
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You are right, thanks
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Version 2.8
Plugin changes:

    1. The kernel version has upgraded to ver. 9.14.0.

In this core upgrade realized many improvements and bug fixes.
Image Editor replaced to "TOAST UI Image Editor" with free to use license.
Double reduced plugin size.
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Alarm!

New version of GS 3.3.16. I disabled all plugins for testing. Responsive filemanager crashes html editor. It doesn't load. Debug mode doesn't say anything. :/ 

> Open a page in Pages.
> No text, just white screen

Have to go back to 3.3.15 for now.

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(2020-03-10, 06:45:19)acenda Wrote: Alarm!

New version of GS 3.3.16. I disabled all plugins for testing. Responsive filemanager crashes html editor. It doesn't load. Debug mode doesn't say anything. :/ 

> Open a page in Pages.
> No text, just white screen

Have to go back to 3.3.15 for now.

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After activating the plugin, did you click "Integrate" in the setup section?

It seems to work fine for me in 3.3.16, and the update from 3.3.15 was a very minor one, shouldnt have had any effect on the plugin. Not saying it didnt, only that it shouldnt Rolleyes 

Is you plugin using the basic install method (drop it into plugins folder), or have you modified it (as I have)?

Edit: Or if you are upgrading, go to the plugin Settings page and press "Recall" button.
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(2020-03-10, 08:12:30)islander Wrote:
(2020-03-10, 06:45:19)acenda Wrote: Alarm!

New version of GS 3.3.16. I disabled all plugins for testing. Responsive filemanager crashes html editor. It doesn't load. Debug mode doesn't say anything. :/ 

> Open a page in Pages.
> No text, just white screen

Have to go back to 3.3.15 for now.

Picture

After activating the plugin, did you click "Integrate" in the setup section?

It seems to work fine for me in 3.3.16, and the update from 3.3.15 was a very minor one, shouldnt have had any effect on the plugin. Not saying it didnt, only that it shouldnt Rolleyes 

Is you plugin using the basic install method (drop it into plugins folder), or have you modified it (as I have)?

Edit: Or if you are upgrading, go to the plugin Settings page and press "Recall" button.

Woo my savior! Idea  Recall works. Sorry for my haste!
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Is it possible to se RFM as default filemanager instead of GS own? FRM integrates fine with images and news manager, but when going to Files tab you have to press FRM link.
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Sometimes RFM changes suddenly language. It should be english but it constantly change. See picture.

[Image: pic1.jpg]
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(2020-03-11, 20:49:51)acenda Wrote: Is it possible to se RFM as default filemanager instead of GS own? FRM integrates fine with images and news manager, but when going to Files tab you have to press FRM link.

This can be done manually.
You will need to update file: /admin/upload.php
Line: 143
replace with:

Code:
<iframe name="respfm" id="respframe" frameborder="0" width="100%" height="630px" src="<?php echo $SITEURL; ?>plugins/responsivefilemanager/dialog.php?type=0&lang=en&akey=bce94f94426497ba5e669a705c186f12"></iframe>
<div id="file_load" style="display:none;">

Change "&lang=en" to your preferred language.

Hope this helps.
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(2020-03-11, 22:31:35)islander Wrote:
(2020-03-11, 20:49:51)acenda Wrote: Is it possible to se RFM as default filemanager instead of GS own? FRM integrates fine with images and news manager, but when going to Files tab you have to press FRM link.

This can be done manually.
You will need to update file: /admin/upload.php
Line: 143
replace with:

Code:
<iframe name="respfm" id="respframe" frameborder="0" width="100%" height="630px" src="<?php echo $SITEURL; ?>plugins/responsivefilemanager/dialog.php?type=0&lang=en&akey=bce94f94426497ba5e669a705c186f12"></iframe>
<div id="file_load" style="display:none;">

Change "&lang=en" to your preferred language.

Hope this helps.

RFM as default works like a charm. Thanks!

Update on language problem: it only appears in news manager. 
Secondly, where should i put "&lang=en" ? Big Grin
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(2020-03-12, 00:17:43)acenda Wrote: Secondly, where should i put "&lang=en" ? Big Grin

The lang setting is a variable in the iframe
Not sure about news manager. I dont remember having that problem. But havnt check it either.
In "gsconfig.php", around line 58
Code:
#define('GSEDITORLANG', 'en');

you could try uncommenting that if you havnt already.
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(2020-03-12, 00:44:04)islander Wrote:
(2020-03-12, 00:17:43)acenda Wrote: Secondly, where should i put "&lang=en" ? Big Grin

The lang setting is a variable in the iframe
Not sure about news manager. I dont remember having that problem. But havnt check it either.
In "gsconfig.php", around line 58
Code:
#define('GSEDITORLANG', 'en');

you could try uncommenting that if you havnt already.

Ok thanks Smile
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Hmm, now RFM is not showing thumbnails on file view. Just blank white boxes. Files and filenames are visible but no thumbs :/ Tried to recall and reinstall. No effect.
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