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ala5

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  1. Sorry... I found that the problem has nothing to do with the file permission or owner. 666 is totally OK for accessing from website. The problem was caused by .htaccess file.
  2. I encountered a strange problem in my newly installed file-upload contribution with the click-to-view modification of admin: The uploaded files (in images/uploads directory) have permission 666 (rw-rw-rw-) so that it's not possible to view any of them. The images and uploads directories had been chmod-ed to 777 before uploading. The owner and group of the uploaded files are 99. (Sorry I'm a noob. What does 99 mean?) The situation is the same for uploaded category and sub-category images. But the latter don't have the same problem. (They can be viewed!) In fact, I had modified the codes (in product_info.php, shopping_cart.php, checkout_confirmation.php & account_history_info.php) in order to enable customers to view the image files they upload. The problem prevents everybody including myself (the admin) to view the files from the web site. Please help me. Thank you very much in advance.
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    Attribute Sets Contribution

    Just found another bug: If an AS is assigned to some products, and the AS is deleted, those products will remain the AS.
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    Attribute Sets Contribution

    Sorry if this has been posted before. I've searched the word "bug" in the first 7 pages. But I found no such post. Just don't have the patience to continue searching. I found a bug: If some attribute-sets are setup and assigned to a product, and one of the attribute-sets is modified, the product will lose all other ASes with only the modified AS remained. (Attribute Sets version 5.5) This is not a critical bug. But it will be great if it's fixed. Almost forgot to say: Thank you Joey for the great contribution. Thank you osCommerce. PS: This is my first post in osCommerce community. B) EDIT: add version info.
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