Add Image Asset to Page Broke (?)

pscpsc
edited December 2010 in Bug Reports
Trying to add an image and it just defaults to the first image from the pull down, no matter what's selected. (0.90 still)

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  • pscpsc
    edited December 2010
    pls remove, and see http://www.getfuelcms.com/forums/discussion/10/assets_excluded_dirs-editable_assets_filetypes/#Item_1

    The image box loads but it just shows *css files as selectable
  • pscpsc
    edited 2:26AM
    v 0.91 confirmed, it still just loads the first one from the pull down menu. Using google chrome on osx 10.6.5
  • edited 2:26AM
    Thanks for the report. I've posted a fix on GitHub for you to check out. Locally, you could just replace the fuel/modules/fuel/models/assets_model.php and it should fix the issue.
  • pscpsc
    edited 2:26AM
    Sweet that seems fixed.

    However, when I try to upload a new asset, all of the ligit files (*.jpg, *.pdf, etc) are grayed out, so I can't upload files. All's well if I FTP in to upload the asset.... no go through the admin cp.


    Thanks!!!
  • pscpsc
    edited 2:26AM
    Also, when adding an image asset using the inline editing tool, the image selector div appears behind the inline editing box, making it difficult or impossible to select the asset.
  • edited 2:26AM
    What browser are you using for uploading? And you are uploading a new asset in the Asset module area?
  • pscpsc
    edited 2:26AM
    Yes uploading from the asset area. (site-> assets-> upload)

    Google Chrome on OSX.

    Firefox seems to work OK.
  • edited 2:26AM
    I've pushed a fix for the z-index issue on Chrome. The file upload seems to be a bug in Chrome on OS X even if I change the accept attribute from using pipes to commas as delimiters of file types. I'll look into a fix:
    http://drupal.org/node/953922
  • edited 2:26AM
    I've pushed a fix for the Chrome uploading assets issue. It seems to be a bug with Chrome from what I've read, so the fix was to remove the 'accept' attribute via javascript and implement the accept parameters via a class="accept-...." which the Multifile plugin it's using also allows.
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