LMB^Box FilePress

I decide after reading some posts on the WordPress Support Forums about needing a plugin to do what this plugin does, to post a Beta version of LMB^Box FilePress plugin. LMB^Box FilePress is not complete yet and is currently version 0.1. If you would like more info, go to the plugin’s page here.

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  1. Posted May 26, 2005 at 8:59 pm | Permalink

    I just tried it on my online site (which has never been touched by FilePress) and it worked just fine. First try deactivating it and reactivating it to see if that fixes it. If not, make sure that you have “Allow File Uploads” checked on your Miscellaneous Options Page and all of the info is filled in (you can leave the max file size and file types blank for no limits). For the upload directory, I would stay to use /wp-content/files. Then go to LMB^Box FilePress Option Page and make sure that all the settings there are taken care of. If you want to use PHP’s GD Image Support or ImageMagic (Unix).

    I believe that your problem is that you don’t have Uploading enabled. An easy way to tell is if you see an “Upload” main menu link in your Admin Panel Menu, then uploading is enabled. I hope this helps … hopefully soon I will have completed the plugin and fixed all the major bugs. I now see that I need to set the upload pathes if the plugin is first being enabled with no database settings. Not a big deal, but it should help clear up some confusion. Thanks for your feedback! :rasberry_ee: And please enjoy all of my plugins.

  2. c
    Posted May 26, 2005 at 4:31 pm | Permalink

    Montie, any idea why the new quicktags would not appear on my “Write” page after activating the plugin (FilePress)?

    This is a great idea – can’t wait to get it into action!

    Thanks!

    c