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  1. I may have a different take on the same "missing directory" problem. On Previewing a new product, I also get: Error Error: Destination does not exist. Error Error: Catalog products images directory does not exist: C:/webserver/VertrigoServ/www/oscommerce/catalog/images/products/plants/ However, if I push Ctrl+5 on the preview page, I then get: Success: File upload saved successfully. And it all works perfectly! I can't of course tell the upload person to push ctrl+F5 each time, but perhaps someone who understands coding can now identify the problem!
  2. I don't know how to add this to the contribution page - I'm new to osCommerce. From a new installation of 2.2 RC1 In the supplied file "catalog/admin/includes/languages/english.php there is a missing line define('BOX_CONFIGURATION_ADMINISTRATORS', 'Administrators'); In the supplied file "catalog/admin/includes/filenames.php there is a missing line define('FILENAME_ADMINISTRATORS', 'administrators.php'); In the supplied file "catalog/admin/includes/database_tables.php there is a missing line define('TABLE_ADMINISTRATORS', 'administrators'); In the supplied file "catalog/includes/database_tables.php there is a missing line define('TABLE_ADMINISTRATORS', 'administrators');
  3. I'm using the On the Fly auto thumbnailers with GD. It is working perfectly in the "client" side of the site, but in admin the photos are not showing. Can anyone assist me in identifying the problem. I enabled the admin thumbnailing options (steps 11-13), and I'm assuming that is where my problem is. Since most information is simply copied I suspect my problem is with the admin/includes/configure.php. Unfortunately the web interface show the "no image" image beautifully (after I changed the html_output.php file to look at ../images and not images.) I therefore can't tell where its attempting to find the real images. In the configure.php file (admin) we are told to change Find this (25): define('DIR_WS_CATALOG_IMAGES', 'images/'); Replace it with this: define('DIR_WS_CATALOG_IMAGES', '../images/'); Firstly mine was actually on line 15 and it was: define('DIR_WS_CATALOG_IMAGES', DIR_WS_CATALOG . 'images/'); So I tried changing 'images/' to '../images', leaving in DIR_WS_CATALOG Then I copied his line exactly Since I would like the admin pages to view the thumbnails, I also tried 'images/thumbnails' and '../images/thumbnails' All I get is the "no image.jpg". The Add-on works so beautifully on the client pages, I'd really like to get it to work on admin. Does anyone have any ideas of where I can look for the problem. I'm working on a fresh installation of osCommerce, so I don't think it can be conflicting with anything else.
  4. I'm using the On the Fly auto thumbnailers with GD. It is working perfectly in the "client" side of the site, but in admin the photos are not showing. Can anyone assist me in identifying the problem. I enabled the admin thumbnailing options (steps 11-13), and I'm assuming that is where my problem is. Since most information is simply copied I suspect my problem is with the admin/includes/configure.php. Unfortunately the web interface show the "no image" image beautifully (after I changed the html_output.php file to look at ../images and not images.) I therefore can't tell where its attempting to find the real images. In the configure.php file (admin) we are told to change Find this (25): define('DIR_WS_CATALOG_IMAGES', 'images/'); Replace it with this: define('DIR_WS_CATALOG_IMAGES', '../images/'); Firstly mine was actually define('DIR_WS_CATALOG_IMAGES', DIR_WS_CATALOG . 'images/'); So I tried changing 'images/' to '../images', leaving in DIR_WS_CATALOG Then I copied his line exactly Since I would like the admin pages to view the thumbnails, I also tried 'images/thumbnails' and '../images/thumbnails' All I get is the "no image.jpg". The Add-on works so beautifully on the client pages, I'd really like to get it to work on admin. Does anyone have any ideas of where I can look for the problem. I'm working on a fresh installation of osCommerce, so I don't think it can be conflicting with anything else.