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(1 replies, posted in General discussion)

Flash:Init event not fired when settings.container is set (different from document.body).
Chrome & Safari only. IE & FF both work fine..

example:
<div id="overlay-container">
<button id="browse-button">Browse</button>
</div>

[...]

new plupload.Uploader({
runtimes : 'flash',
browse_button : 'browse-button',
container : 'overlay-container',
[...]
});

any idea?

2

(15 replies, posted in General discussion)

which runtime should be the most suitable for iphone or ipad? html4?
thanks in advance

3

(4 replies, posted in General discussion)

happens only with firefox and flash/silverlight, when plupload istances are reloaded..
did anyone experience something like this?

4

(9 replies, posted in General discussion)

html5 runtime places an input element over your button.. about the refresh function, what exactly do you expect it to do?

5

(9 replies, posted in General discussion)

hi, it is not a bug. both silverlight and flash runtimes need to be absolutely positioned over a visible element before the init event is called.
..otherwise you could manually specify a position for div.plupload.flash and  div.plupload.silverlight after that event is called.
i understand that the overlay solution is kinda tricky, but since adobe released flash player 9 a couple of years ago, it is impossible to call the flash file browser event from javascript (more info on the swfupload forum). i'm pretty sure that the same happens with silverlight.

somebody else already did..

http://bugs.browserplus.org/show_bug.cgi?id=191

thanks anyway wink

well.. it didn't really stop, it just started refusing chunks smaller than 200kb and files larger than 80mb..
a 900mb file caused browserplus to crash on win7(32)

any ideas?

8

(1 replies, posted in General discussion)

maybe somebody already asked it before but.. wasn't html5 supposed to support blobs and then file chunking?

9

(7 replies, posted in General discussion)

this is what i call "good news", thank you Steve wink

10

(15 replies, posted in General discussion)

var uploader = new plupload.Uploader({
        runtimes : 'bla,bla,bla',
        browse_button : 'bla',
        multi_selection:false,     // <-this is what you needed
        your_other_options:'bla'
});

"multi_selection" lets you choose only one file at a time, and limits to 1 the max queue length.
and then ..

uploader.bind('FilesAdded', function(up, files) {
        if(uploader.state!=2 & files.length>0){
               uploader.start();
        }
});

2) i use filters:[] (empty) and works great (not yet tested with html4&5)

12

(15 replies, posted in General discussion)

could you post some of the code you are using so i can try to help?

13

(3 replies, posted in General discussion)

still about filters..
using {title : "movies", extensions : "mp4,flv,f4v"} + browserplus, my popup window shows me both videos and images
wink

14

(15 replies, posted in General discussion)

hi tom, i had the same problem this afternoon. just found a "f.settings.multi_selection=false;" in jquery.plupload.single.js so i suppose this could be the solution:

$("#uploader").pluploadQueue({
.....
.....
multi_selection:false
.....
.....
});

15

(7 replies, posted in General discussion)

hi, i didn't find any useful information about resuming a partly uploaded file, i suppose i shoud throw an error on server side specifying the number of chunks already uploaded, and then my javascript should change the "next chunk to send" value.. where do i find this value?
thank you in advance wink
-g