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  • when i press "edit" in afm (it happens both in tinymce and fckeditor) it returns "Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in /www/hairnow/www/htdocs/assets/plugins/ajaxfilemanager/ajax_image_editor.php on line 10". What’s the matter?

    And the second (perhaps usability-related) question. How can i return a path to chosen file to the "choose image" dialog of fck/tiny? Afm does not return anything on closing the window.

    modx 0.9.6, old versions of mck/tiny were deleted.
    • Some of the images in the assets/images/ directory are mysteriously disabled in the advanced image selector inside TinyMCE 2.1.3 - anyone else experiencing it?
      • Yes, I had a .png file that I uploaded disabled. I even tried uploading the same file via ftp, and it was still disabled. Other files worked fine.
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        • Guys, heres my problem with ajaxfilemanager (i think). With image uploads in front-end. Maybe there is wrong paths or something?

          http://modxcms.com/forums/index.php/topic,5516.msg140941.html#msg140941
          • Yeah, the Ajax File Manager beta is in dire need of an update. To complicate things, the guy at PHPLetter.com is working on a 1.0 beta that is a bit of a departure from the current version. Problem is that it’s not quite ready and has some bugs that need to be worked out. I’ve been concentrating more on it than anything else. As such, there really isn’t any reason to continue messing with the 0.9 version much since it’ll be deprecated really soon.

            I’m also exploring the idea of creating a custom resource browser from scratch. The upside is that we’ll be able to customize it specifically for MODx and have things like user-assigned directories and such. We’ll see. smiley
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            • I’m also exploring the idea of creating a custom resource browser from scratch. The upside is that we’ll be able to customize it specifically for MODx and have things like user-assigned directories and such.
              Now that would be great!
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              • Quote from: Bravado at Feb 18, 2008, 01:51 PM

                I’m also exploring the idea of creating a custom resource browser from scratch. The upside is that we’ll be able to customize it specifically for MODx and have things like user-assigned directories and such. We’ll see. smiley

                I’d love to see something like this in 0.9.7 manager:
                http://extjs.com/blog/2008/03/17/extuxfiletreepanel-for-ext-20/
                wink
                • Funny you’d say that because that’s already what’s in 0.9.7 alpha smiley
                  Even better you can switch from the document tree to the file tree in fact.
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                  • Give us a resource manager that works....that is all we ask wink
                    • @jusmeig : the current resource manager works, it’s just ugly and outdated is all...
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