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I am confident that I have Pixlr properly installed into my installation of Umbraco. I have it set to pull the Express version and it is using credentials. My credentials are as follows:
<?xml version="1.0"?><cross-domain-policy> <allow-access-from domain="pixlr.com" /> <site-control permitted-cross-domain-policies="master-only"/> <allow-http-request-headers-from domain="pixlr.com" headers="*" secure="true"/></cross-domain-policy>
When I click on the Open image in external editor, Pixlr comes up fine, starts the loading process, but then sits there, never opening.
This is a great package and any help would be greatly appreciated.
What version of Umbraco are you using?
That would have been a good thing to note wouldn't it... I am currently using 18.104.22.168.
Have you got the crossdomain.xml file placed in the root of your website?
I do, and the crossdomain.xml file looks like:
Is it only with the Express version it doesn't work? Also are you running your Umbraco installation on localhost?
Both versions will not load the image. The Express version will fill the loading progress bar, but nothing after that. The Full version will not touch it at all.
The Umbraco installation is running on a public server that sits on my in-house network. I have direct save access to the entire installation.
It sounds like Pixlr can't access the image. I have tried this a couple of times and the causes were one of the following:
1.The crossdomain.xml file was missplaced or corrupted.2. The credentials settings was unchecked on the datatype.3. The umbraco installation was inaccessible to Pixlr (due to security settings).
Interesting...using the URL of the image I am trying to edit allows the Pixlr app to load the image. Do I need to alter some of the folder securities to see this pull from the media section of the umbraco installation? Maybe make the Internet Guest Account have write priviledges?
I forgot to mention that the crossdomain.xml file is in the root folder of the website, so it is not misplaced. I do not have any way of seeing whether or not it is corrupted. The Using Credentials is checked in the Pixlr datatype.
Can you see if the URL to the image in the Pixlr window is correct or can you paste the entire URL here?
Bjorn, Good news my friend! It is working now. I went in last night, restarted the app pool on the server and did a quick restart and everything is working perfectly. Even the saving process is exponentially faster. I am not sure if this means that this thread is closed, but I am no longer having problems.
Thanks for your fast responses and all of your help. Best wishes!
You're very welcome. I am glad to hear you got it working.
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