Venera

Need HELP!!!!!!! Files can not be saved/ HTTP Error

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I recently purchased BT slideshow pro, and uploaded it to my joomla 3.3 install with out problems. When I go to the module page however, I have had no succcess in getting images imported. (see Appendix)

Error:

Joomla Folder: Files can not be saved

Uploader: HTTP Error

I desperately need help!

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Hi again Venera.

I replied you on our support desk.

Let me paste it here for everyone who has same problem.

Hi Venera.

I'm Trong - Extension Supporter

First please help me check these folder

/mod_btslideshow_pro

|__ /images

|__ /manager

|__slideshow

|__thumbnails

|__original

|__tmp

|___manager

|___original

All above folders should be 755 permission.

2.then try to add the text in my attached file to your htacces to solve HTTP error.

Uploadify HTTP error.zip

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Hi! Unfortunately, I have the problem again myself. Can you please help me.

All folders are to 755, the htaccess file does not work.

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Hi,

I have the same problem.

Files cannot be saved when I try to get images from Joomla Folder

http error when I try to upload.

change in htaccess had no success. folders all have 755.

Joomla 2.5.22

bt slideshow pro 2.1.8

Please help!

Thanks

Daniela

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I found the error in my case:

I work on a new release of an existing website in an (htaccess)-passwordprotected folder.

As soon as I remove passwordprotection everything is fine...

Best regards

Daniela

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I am having a similar issue - just purchased BT Slideshow Pro and cannot use the Uploader. I can read images from a Joomla folder but when I try to upload files from my computer, get an error.

I updated the .htaccess file per the file you provided in this thread. I have also checked to ensure permissions in all folders in the modules/mod_btslideshow_pro directory are set to 755.

Suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

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I am having the same issue with loading images from a Joomla folder. I get an error "files can not be saved" when using the flash loader.

My folder permissions for the following folders are all 755:

/mod_btslideshow_pro

|__ /images

|__ /manager

|__slideshow

|__thumbnails

|__original

|__tmp

|___manager

|___original

I have tried with and without an .HTACCESS file with the same result.

My site and module were working fine. It was not until I cleared and tried to re-load new images that I had an issue.

Please help!

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I am having the same issue with loading images from a Joomla folder. I get an error "files can not be saved" when using the flash loader.

My folder permissions for the following folders are all 755:

/mod_btslideshow_pro

|__ /images

|__ /manager

|__slideshow

|__thumbnails

|__original

|__tmp

|___manager

|___original

I have tried with and without an .HTACCESS file with the same result.

My site and module were working fine. It was not until I cleared and tried to re-load new images that I had an issue.

Please help!

PS: I also tried adding the HTACCESS rules you attached above, but it made no difference.

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Please try to set your folder by 777.

Sometime, I see few server require 777 for this problem

That did not work.

Also, after I changed the permissions and checked them again they were changed back to 755.

Again, this worked fine prior to either the last module update or Joomla update. It continued to display just fine until I cleared the images and tried to re-upload them.

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So, please give me your admin account, FTP and your URL to extensions@bowthemes.com

I will check it.

Thanks

I have emailed you the information. Thank you.

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