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  • Re: 0x80004005 Error- Multiple "@" commands

    Sounds like you have two ''@'' definitions at the beginning of your asp file.&#160;
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on April 15, 2005
  • Re: What is CuteEditor's character limitiation

    I ran into what appears to be the same issue.&#160; it turns out that the SQL Server varchar field has a max. size of 8000.&#160; So, if you try to 'update' a row with more than that, you'll get the error message indicating your data has been truncated, or something to that effect.&#160;Darold
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on April 12, 2005
  • Re: menubar features needing attention

    Thanks for getting back promptly.&#160; Does this mean that I should go into the code now and make the minor changes since the next update will not be until May, or June ...?&#160; Couldn't you just make these changes and then make the files downloadable?&#160;May/June is a long time from now while my clients complain about CuteSoft Editor not ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on March 8, 2005
  • Re: bug in file 'borwse_media.asp'

    Adam, is this a known bug?&#160; What do you recommend we, as developers, do to correct this bug?&#160; I do not want to get into the mode of changing CuteSoft source code.&#160; the fixes should come from your level.
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on March 8, 2005
  • menubar features needing attention

    &#160;&#160;&#160; As I went through eacn of the icons on the menubar, I found some items that need to be fixed.&#160;1. the icons for subscript and superscript are reversed.&#160; They do function as the 'alternate text' indicates.2. The 'undo/redo' functions work for text only as they do not work for the following:&#160;&#160;&#160; a. special ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on March 8, 2005
  • Re: applying the editor to multiple websites on one server

    In browse_img.asp a check is made for both user access level AND a blank Session(ImageGalleryPath).&#160; I commented-out this code, and indeed, I do not get the ''forbidden access...'' error message.&#160;So, why would the Session(ImageGalleryPath) = ''''?
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on February 15, 2005
  • Re: applying the editor to multiple websites on one server

    The variable&#160;that is causing the message that ''access to this area is ... forbidden'' using Insert Image is: editor.allowupload.&#160; Seems to not allow uploads if the Session (admin access level is &lt;2). 1. Where is this ''admin level'' set? 2. What do I need to do to set it to allow uploads by client websites? &#160; &#160;
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on February 15, 2005
  • Re: applying the editor to multiple websites on one server

    Directory Structure on my web host: &#160; Here's what I have control over from the web host's File Manager-- &#160; &#160; '/' = my main domain name account root directory with my website folders and files 'cutesofteditormain/cuteeditor_files' = your module's folders and files under '/''uploads' = the folder where uploaded files are placed ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on February 15, 2005
  • Re: applying the editor to multiple websites on one server

    I can now get to the editor window using the /CE_files virtual directory setup.&#160; As I look back at the recent problems, it appears I was trying to do development when the webserver was being worked on or had problems.&#160; This explains why I wasn't able to see the 'khaki.css' frame as it wound up being an empty file on the ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on February 15, 2005
  • Re: applying the editor to multiple websites on one server

    (1) Khaki.css got clobberred on the host.&#160; &#160;(2) When I set my desktop shortcut to go to siteA.org/editor-page.asp, it displays nothing (mouse hour-glass active on the browser).&#160; I have editor.FilesPath = ''/CE_files''&#160; Looks to me like&#160;the virual directory can't be found. Help!&#160;
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by dklauk on February 13, 2005
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