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11 March 2010 at 8:27am Last edited: 11 March 2010 8:27am
I've been getting the following error when attempting to use the SWFupload in conjunction with the data object manager, a little pop up comes up saying:
TypeError: Property 'onsubmit' of object #<an HTMLFormElement> is not a function
I tried many different ways to fix it, including updating DOM to the latest build, then trying to update SWFupload to the latest version or beta, neither of which was recognized by SS or DOM, and so I had to revert back to the last version I had installed, which I don't even know the version number of.
So, I have a feeling that the bug may not actually be in DOM, but rather in SS or SWFUpload, but if someone could even help translate the error in english to me, maybe I'll be able to fix it. Please and thank you.
SWFUpload Not sure
Tried in all browsers, and several operating systems
11 March 2010 at 8:37am
11 March 2010 at 8:46am
Thanks for your quick response,
I tried to get the latest swfupload revision, except SS didnt seem to accept the newer one? Is it not just the same installation process (copy the folder to root, change name to swfupload and then dev/build/)? Unless they're some more specific way to update swfupload that I havent been able to figure out in these three hours...
11 March 2010 at 9:04am
In the latest rev, there are two properties in the SWFUploadControls class: "$image_class" and "$file_class"
If you have that, you're on the latest version.
11 March 2010 at 9:08am
I checked it, and it has the $file but not $image_class or $file_class....
So I need to update swf upload, but dragging and dropping that has refused to work for me?
11 March 2010 at 9:37am
I'm not sure what you mean by drag and drop. I usually just pull it down with SVN.
11 March 2010 at 9:39am Last edited: 11 March 2010 9:49am
By drag and drop I meant I deleted the old swfupload folder through ftp, and then uploaded the new version through ftp again... and I get
Error: DataObjectManager requires the SWFUpload module.
instead of the assets page in admin...
Also, I dont have an SVN client, is there a free one that you recommend? For Mac?
11 March 2010 at 10:35am
I can't understand why that would be happening. The directory name is "swfupload", and you're running a ?flush=1 after uploading the new one?
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