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I needed to clear browser cache to display css update and site cache to make admin template not breaking the file created date on edition or creation of an item after updating the Downloads plugin to 1.2.0.

Everything is working fine. See download plugin demo on geeklog.fr
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Great, I have to do this on Geeklog.net. Did you ever do the import of the file management plugin into the Downloads plugin?

If you did, did you have any problems?

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Yes I switched from the Flemanager plugin to Downloads plugin 2 years ago with no issue

Downloads plugin provides script to receive the data from Filemgmt plugin.

Login your site with Root user permission, access to http://your_site/admin/plugins/downloads/fm2dm.php . And, please follow the instructions.

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What version was the file management plugin you did the switch with? I am having issues with the importing of data to the downloads plugin. Looking at the code of the import page it looks like it is trying to access the file management config array that doesn't exist in version 1.5.3.

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I think I needed to upgrade to v1.6.0 https://github.com/Geeklog-jp/geeklog-jp/tree/develop/plugins-jp/filemgmt
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Ahh never knew that existed. Thanks. I will download and check out the code a bit before I upgrade the file management just to make sure it contains the correct arrays, etc...

There should be a version check for the file management added to the import.

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After the switch on geeklog.net to Downloads plugin (nice job), I can't find a link to submit new files Mr. Green
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Okay it should be visible now (Upload a File) for logged in users under the User Functions block.
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Yes it is. Did you receive a submission notification for Maps plugin 1.4.0?
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No I did not though Dirk might have....

The submission approval also failed on me. I got the following error:

Downloads: upload approve error: Temporary file does not exist: ....

The temporary file was still there after the failed submission and the record was added to the database but the thumbnail was missing and the download did not work.

I was able to add a new thumbnail and rename the temp file to the correct name via ftp.

I can add files fine through the downloads plugin but then my user doesn't have to go through the submission process.

I wonder if it is some sort of file/dir permissions issue. I think I have everything setup correctly...



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