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PIXLR Saving doesn't work


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combinesom

Community Member, 10 Posts

27 October 2010 at 7:35am

Everything starts ok but when you select the destination folder and click save nothing happens. File is not saved. What could be wrong?

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Marcus

Administrator, 87 Posts

28 October 2010 at 12:35am

Edited: 28/10/2010 12:35am

Are you receiving any error messages at all? How big was the image that you created? What browser are you using?

Can you take a screenshot after you click save?

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Marcus

Administrator, 87 Posts

28 October 2010 at 1:01am

I'll take a quick look - you might want to edit your post and remove any server details though :)

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Marcus

Administrator, 87 Posts

28 October 2010 at 1:10am

Do you have the PHP curl module installed? Do you have access to your server logs? I'm wondering if it's silently failing and not spitting back an error.

I also noticed that it's running on the Lightspeed webserver; I've never used this before, and it might also be causing something to go awry.

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combinesom

Community Member, 10 Posts

28 October 2010 at 1:24am

1. Do you have the PHP curl module installed?
- I do not know, how can I check?

2. Do you have access to your server logs? I'm wondering if it's silently failing and not spitting back an error.
- I think that I have. please find the attachment below.

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combinesom

Community Member, 10 Posts

28 October 2010 at 1:25am

1. Do you have the PHP curl module installed?
- I do not know, how can I check?

2. Do you have access to your server logs? I'm wondering if it's silently failing and not spitting back an error.
- I think that I have. please find the attachment below.

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combinesom

Community Member, 10 Posts

28 October 2010 at 1:31am

1. Do you have the PHP curl module installed?
- I do not know, how can I check?

2. Do you have access to your server logs? I'm wondering if it's silently failing and not spitting back an error.
- I think that I have. I put to the link below.

http://nobelwork.pl/logs.rar

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Marcus

Administrator, 87 Posts

28 October 2010 at 1:54am

You can try adding a piece of code like

if (!function_exists('curl_init')) {
die("You must have the CURL module installed to use the Pixlr module");
}

to your pixlr/_config.php file. If CURL is not installed, you will get a message to install it first.

Aside from that I've actually just done some further testing with data object manager installed, and have been able to reproduce the problem (I think), so I'll update the thread when I find out more.

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