Incomplete upload

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Incomplete upload

Postby dstonek » Mon Aug 11, 2008 8:18 pm

I am testing jimageFilter. Drag and drop jpgs works fine.
I deliberately change the page while resizing-uploading to see what happened.
The process stopped, as expected.
The problem I found is that restarting uploads, the first image was not scaled, a 4MB image was uploaded instead of a less than 100KB one. The rest of the images were processed regulary.
Thanks,
Daniel
PS: You know that tests must involve all sort of actions users are able to perform
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Re: Incomplete upload

Postby support » Tue Aug 12, 2008 6:27 am

You pressed "Back" in browser while scaling and then you pressed "Next" in browser to get the applet again, correct ? Then you drag&drop images again, correct ?
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Re: Incomplete upload

Postby dstonek » Tue Aug 12, 2008 3:34 pm

Not exactly. I followed certain link and then I went back.
I always have to test using File-Open (sometimes Copy-Paste). Drag 'n drop does not work here (Ubuntu & Firefox)
Thanks,
Daniel
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Re: Incomplete upload

Postby dstonek » Sat Aug 16, 2008 8:33 pm

I'm not sure about changing from POST to PUT upload method.
For other reasons I have a hidden layer (display:none) with a semitransparent background that covers the hole page but the applet.
Is there a way (JS?) to set display:block for that layer when the applet starts working resizing, watermarking and uploading?
It only would disable all buttons and links but "back" button. I don't care about this because I would display a warning same time.
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