No upload after rotation

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loook
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No upload after rotation

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Hi there!

I'm rather new with JFileUpload. I tested this nice tool in http version together with JImageUpload to have a preview and JImageFilter for rotating an image before upload. Almost everything works fine, but there is a problem: If one of the images in the upload queue was rotated, the start upload button doesn't work. As soon as I rotate this image back to 0 degrees, everything works fine again. What kind of setting have I forgotten?
I'm still a little bit confused about the different i18n properties files. There are i18n_bar, i18n_pane and i18n itself. Which of them is necessary for what plugin and how must I declare them in the applet_http.js?

In this forum I read some posts about dnd problems on MacOS. Are these fixed meanwhile or are they still existing?

I'm in the situation, that I must very quickly implement a comfortable file upload for my customer, which runs on all browsers. Of course iPhone and iPad need an isolated application, but is JFileUpload a solution for all the other ones, perhaps even including Android phones? Or must I reckon with still unexpected trouble? My timing is quite tight, so I must decide whether to use JFileUpload - and of course to buy a license once it works - or whether to pimp my own Flash based uploader.

Many thanks for any response!
Best regards
Frank

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support
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Re: No upload after rotation

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Did you install JImageFilter too for rotation support? You may have a trace in Java console if upload files. See Start->Control panel->Java->Last tab->Show console.

loook
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Re: No upload after rotation

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Hi support,
thank you for your response!
With this post comes a zip file with the java console outputs, the i18n... and scaling properties, and the applet_http.js with the settings we use. I hope you can put your finger on the mistake...
Also very important for us: Are there still problems with MacOS?
Many thanks for your help.
Sincerely yours
Frank Svoboda
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PS: I keep the upload process dir on our server open without authentication for testing purpose today.

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Re: No upload after rotation

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It looks like you have another parameter preventing the rotated image to upload
[INFO] HTTPUploadTransfer - Upload failed - Files requirements
There error means the file is not acceptable to be uploaded. How large is the image?
Usually, it's whitelist or blacklist or maxsize but I don't see it in your JavaScript.

Could you share the 2 images you try to rotate and upload?

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