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  • in reply to: Easy Flash Uploader – Version 4.2 #3284

    Michael Gilkes
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    @jimi. I am aiming for this weekend.

    in reply to: Easy Flash Uploader – Version 4.2 #3280

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @jimi. I am in the process of updating it to work on Joomla 4. The current version 4.2 is not yet compatible with Joomla 4.

    in reply to: SubFolder Listing #3203

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @owenc. I am currently testing on PHP 7.4 on my test servers. I basically follow the minimum requirements for installing Joomla. Are you using a PHP version lower than 7?

    in reply to: front end users able to delete uploaded files #3201

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @trucks79. Thanks for your question.

    Currently, front end users do not have the ability to delete uploaded files.

    in reply to: SubFolder Listing #3200

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @owenc. Thanks for posting your question.

    Yes, subfolders are currently only displayed in the pro version.

    in reply to: Problems with uploads #3197

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @jimi. Thanks for your suggestion and interest in improving my module. You have a lot of active users uploading. Congrats. Have you ever considered Easy Flash Uploader? Here is the product page: https://www.valorapps.com/web-products/easy-flash-uploader.html

    And here is the demo: http://www.demos.michaelgilkes.com/joomla/index.php/easy-flash-uploader-demo

    This plugin automatically creates the user folders. It is only USD $10.

    in reply to: Easy File Uploader on Joomla 4 #3192

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @serge73. Thanks for taking to time to explain your problem. However, I am honestly not following what you are trying to Doha nd what is actually happening through your explanation alone.

    I really am not that familiar with Yootheme. Is is possible that you could provide some screenshots of that is happening? If I can see what you are doing and what is happening, then maybe I can hep you.

    in reply to: Problems with uploads #3185

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @jimi. Thanks for posting. I apologize for not replying sooner.

    I just double checked my code, you are right, it doesn’t auto-create username specific folders in the destination folder. So, you will have to create the user folders for those users you would like to allow uploading files.
    I would have to add that auto-create user folder functionality in a new release.

    in reply to: Question with Easy File Uploader Module #3184

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @serge73. Thanks for posting. I just double checked my code, you are right, it doesn’t auto-create username specific folders in the destination folder. So, you will have to create the user folders for those users you would like to allow uploading files.

    I would have to add that auto-create user folder functionality in a new release.

    in reply to: Joomla 4.1 and isAdmin #3179

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @alindebian. Thanks for posting your issue. Could you verify which version of Easy Folder Listing Pro you have installed?

    The isAdmin() function call is only present in the Easy Folder Listing Pro 3.7.x code. If you have Easy Folder Listing Pro 3.7.x installed, please upgrade to Easy Folder Listing Pro 4.1.x.

    in reply to: Sub-folders in \"Easy Folder Listing\" #3176

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @peterspie. Thanks for posting. I am not too sure what you mean when you say “use subfolders in the module”. Do you mean to display subfolders in the listing? Or do you mean to specify a subfolder to display? Can you clarify what you are asking?

    in reply to: EFLP inop on Joomla 4.0.3 #3171

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @mvdhome. Ok. I have released version 4.0.3 with the fix to the Module. For your reference, it was not a reference to the Helper that you thought in the administrator backend.

    in reply to: EFLP inop on Joomla 4.0.3 #3170

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @mvdhome. Thanks so much for posting. This case sensitivity issue has been really frustrating for me as a developer. I have tested my code on a number of systems: Mac OS X (locally), Windows 10 Pro (locally), and Linux (hosting company), and did not encounter any prior issue before release. I would never knowingly release my code with errors that show up as soon as you click on Dashboard or use the front-end module.

    On top of that, PHP is case-insensitive with regards to namespaces, based on their documentation. Also, PHP developers have known this for years. However, it seems to be related to auto-loading in Joomla. Prior to Joomla 4, this was not an issue.

    Anyways, I will have this fixed for you shortly.

    Thanks so much to you and others who have been reporting this, and even giving some detail and allowing me to access your backend administration. I really appreciate this, as I am unable to replicate these errors on any of the systems available to me.

    What I would appreciate is if persons who encounter this could provide me with a spec detail of their servers so that I can maybe setup a test system to use going forward. Information like your OS details and version/build as well as your PHP versions, Apache (or other web server) details. If I could setup a test system that acts like your environments, then I can catch these errors before releasing my code.

    Thanks so much, everyone.

    in reply to: EFLP inop on Joomla 4.0.3 #3164

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @alweisenborn. Thanks so much for posting this error. I just posted version 4.0.2 of Easy Folder Listing Pro, which fixes this. Please update to the latest release. Thanks.

    in reply to: ready for joomla 4? #3160

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    @janvankuijk @sorgentegianluca Ok, guys. I solved the issue. It has to do with namespace case sensitivity and auto-loading. Normally, PHP namespaces are case-insensitive (see https://www.php.net/manual/en/language.namespaces.rationale.php). It seems as though, for some unknown reason, the auto-loading of classes in Joomla 4 for some PHP installations require exact letter case of the namespaced class and the file location. None of my test servers have this issue. So, I can’t diagnose it on my end. I figured it out based on examining the differences between the servers and the errors, etc.

    Anyways, I got Jan’s extension up and running. I am going to patch up Version 4.0 to 4.0.1 with this minor fix, and get everyone else up and running. Thanks for the cooperation.

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