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  • Plugin Author Fabian

    (@fabifott)

    What other Plugins do you have enabled?

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    Plugin Author Fabian

    (@fabifott)

    Try this fix:
    In file wpfb-load.php replace:

    if(SUPPRESS_LOADING_OUTPUT)
    	@ob_end_clean();

    with

    if(SUPPRESS_LOADING_OUTPUT) {
    	while(@ob_end_clean()){} // destroy all ob buffers
    }

    Did not help. I can send you my login details so that you could have a look and find the problem if you wish.

    I think I’m seeing the same symptom. Please let me know if I should open a different thread for this instead.

    We don’t use the AJAX file browser for end users, only for content people editing posts/pages and uploading content. This was working yesterday and appears to have stopped working when our host upgraded us from version 0.3.0.02 to 0.3.0.03. Today I tried upgrading to 0.3.0.04 but the problem remains.

    When an author clicks on the toolbar to insert a wp-filebase file into the rich text editor and then navigates to the Single File tab, the Select file area on the bottom of the tab is blank. In Chrome Developer Tools, I see the following error logged 3 times.

    POST http://www.mysite.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-filebase/wpfb-ajax.php net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE jquery.js?ver=1.10.2:5
    send jquery.js?ver=1.10.2:5
    x.extend.ajax jquery.js?ver=1.10.2:5
    load jquery.treeview.async.js?ver=0.3.0.04:37
    $.fn.treeview jquery.treeview.async.js?ver=0.3.0.04:91
    refreshTrees editor-plugin.js?ver=0.3.0.04:225
    (anonymous function) editor-plugin.js?ver=0.3.0.04:253
    c jquery.js?ver=1.10.2:3
    p.fireWith jquery.js?ver=1.10.2:3
    x.extend.ready jquery.js?ver=1.10.2:3
    q jquery.js?ver=1.10.2:3

    The site in question is not yet publicly deployed so I can’t provide access, but I’m happy to provide any additional detail that would help in diagnosing the problem.

    Thanks for your help,
    –Joe

    Plugin Author Fabian

    (@fabifott)

    SkyHiRider,
    use the contact form at http://wpfilebase.com/contact/ to send me the credentials.

    Thanks
    Fabian

    I have similar problem, its not working anymore since yesterday.

    I notice that our host upgraded us to version 0.3.0.05 and the problem appears to be fixed. I can’t say for certain that it’s related to the version changes, but it seems like the most likely explanation. If you fixed something — thank you.

    –Joe

    Well the upgrade did nothing for me. Still have the same problem.

    Having the same problem on an intranet I manage. Seems to be an ajax issue. Files can be downloaded from simple links, but the tree views just give an endlessly spinning circle then a ‘not found’ message.

    Have the same problem too,
    everything was working on Intranet setup for several months, then stopped showing ajax tree view from 3 days ago.
    have already tried:
    replace wpfb-load.php
    if(SUPPRESS_LOADING_OUTPUT)
    @ob_end_clean();
    with

    if(SUPPRESS_LOADING_OUTPUT) {
    while(@ob_end_clean()){} // destroy all ob buffers
    }
    no effect
    files and links can be opened, but folder tree views jsut show spinning circle

    I’m having this same problem as of the past few days. I was still on the previous version of WP-filebase so I updated the plugin. It didn’t fix the problem but now I also get an empty error dialog box in addition to the spinning folder.

    Same issue here. Have tried all suggestions from prior comments. It was working fine until we just updated to WP 3.8.2

    Any other suggestions on how to get this working? thanks

    Well, it’s working for me now. I deactivated and uninstalled this plug-in. Then I re-installed WordPress 3.8.2. Then I re-installed and activated the WP-Filebase plugin, and it worked.

    I have the same problem since updating to WordPress 3.8. Problem remains with WordPress 3.9 and plugin version 3.0.5.0 (even with suggested fix in wpfb-load.php).

    Any indication of when a fix might become available?

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