I am posting a new mod guide but the image editor is not working. I know in the past I have done this incorrectly BUT when I do it the correct way, the image loads broken. After I got one boken image the picture loader button dissapeared. HELP! -maestro
Loc: Stoughton, WI USA
It's calling for an image like "/images/stories...", not as "http://macmod.com/images/stories" while you are in the editor. Because of that, it is calling for the image in a higher, non-existant directory.
When you select a picture, look at the path in the image editor. Change the text before it to say "http://macmod.com" and it will correct this issue.
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Thanks Whitlock, worked like a charm. As for Safari, yes, I use it. BUT, only when I need two browers running (only for checking my email, Safari saves the page and password so I can get right in). My Firefox erases everything I do as I work on it. Better safe than sorry (and in trouble ). -maestro
Safari is actually a GREAT browser. I had been using Firefox and Camino (with Extra Prefs and such), but I recently switched back to Safari with enhancements from Safari Enhancer because it is quite fast and I can clear my cache whenever I want with CacheOut X. The load time is much shorter than Firefox, and although page load can be quite fast if you set your preferences right in Firefox, it's quite annoying to have to wait for it to load. If you like Firefox, try Camino, which does not support xpi, but you can get some good stuff for it from NadaMac for free, so that you can enable http and proxy pipelining and such. The application load time is about the same as Safari, and sometimes (but unreliably) shorter.
Cheers! :-) - JediJoker
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