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Gallery error in published site


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Capiz

25 March 2010 at 8:47am Community Member, 11 Posts

Hello everyone

XML tolkningsfejl: ikke well-formed adresse: http://localhost/galleri/ linje 83, kolonne 10:            <h3><% sprintf(_t('ALBUMSINGALLERY','Albums in %s'),Galleri) %></h3>
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This i my error -which i don't understand - i have installed the modules from Uncle Cheeses page - with succes - but the "button" i my admin page for the gallery (where i add albums, pictures etc) i get the same "text error" in the button. But the site works, and so do the button.
But i cannot go to the gallery page.
I have added a album, added pictures. but no go to the published site. :-(

Hope you can help me

Regards
Rasmus

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patjnr

30 March 2010 at 6:34pm Community Member, 101 Posts

Hi

Which version of SS are you using

PAt

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_Vince

12 July 2010 at 12:29am Community Member, 161 Posts

I'm having exactly the same problem.

I am using SS 2.4 and it only seems to happen on Firefox.

Does anyone know how to solve this?

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UncleCheese

12 July 2010 at 4:45am 4085 Posts

Try the ImageGallery module!

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_Vince

12 July 2010 at 11:22pm Community Member, 161 Posts

UncleCheese... I *am* talking about the ImageGallery module.

The albums tab displays

<% sprintf(_t('DataObjectManager.ADDITEM','Add %s',PR_MEDIUM,'Add [name]'),an Album) %>

instead of the usual. But it only seems to happen in Firefox.

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UncleCheese

13 July 2010 at 2:57am 4085 Posts

That's a bug that's been around for a while. I've never quite figured it out. As a temporary fix, I've moved the translation function off the template and into the controller. I just checked in the fix. Run an update and give it another try.

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_Vince

30 July 2010 at 10:26am Community Member, 161 Posts

Sorry I've taken so long to reply: that project was put on the backburner and other stuff came up.

I'm having a look at it this morning and the problem seems to be fixed, at least on FF running on Windows.

Thanks very much, UncleCheese! :D