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Have just created a new site with SS 2.3.3 and have uploaded the latest image gallery modules:
Error: illegal XML character
Line: 4, Column: 1
Source code: <<<<<<< .mine
I have other (earlier) installations of the Gallery working OK on other sites (excellent module by the way!). Any help here would be appreciated.
After updating to DOM r320 I get the same issue, nothing appears inside the upload box.
And I had to set "allow_assets_override" to "false" because I ran into this, when I tried to go to "Files & Images":
Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 30408704) (tried to allocate 4864 bytes) in .../sapphire/core/Object.php(665) : runtime-created function on line 1
Tried changing the "allow_assets_override" to "false". I can now use the "files and images" section to upload files now with the normal upload system. However these files are not linked in to the image gallery so do not appear in there or on the final image gallery pages.
Still getting the empty box with the image gallery "upload photos" section...
Yikes... looks like an SVN conflict somehow worked its way into the trunk. Run another update and you should be good.
Sorry, do you mean get and install the latest version (DailyBuild?) of the SS Core?
PS: Just added to my original post that it says the error is: "illegal XML character"
No, update your DataObjectManager SVN.
Thanks very much, did that and all good!
Thanks UncleCheese, DOM r322 fixed the upload box.
But I still can't use "allow_assets_override". If I set this to "true" I can't access my Files & Images, resulting in in out of memory errors like the one posted above.
Or like this:
Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 30408704) (tried to allocate 19456 bytes) in .../sapphire/forms/TreeDropdownField.php on line 98
Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 30408704) (tried to allocate 48 bytes) in .../sapphire/core/Object.php on line 580
Thanks for you're help! Platypus