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    Hi,

    i deployed a little project (treeview, grid, forms) on an other server for productive usage.

    In the production version a cant see ANY image. Nothing. even in the treeview or the "detail"-image in the grids. its nothing there. Its not showing my uploaded images either.

    this happens only in firefox (3.6.8). In Internet Explorer its working fine. I allready deactivated firebug and some other plugins but its not helping.

    is that because of some wired "-moz-*" css-stuff?

    Im running ScriptCase 5.1

    thanks for your help,

    mati

  • #2
    Re: cant see any images in deployed version in Firefox but works in IE

    Do you deployed with the lib path?

    _lib stores the imgs, css, buttons, langs ... etc

    Try to open the properties of an image and seen the url. Try to find it in the path ...

    probably something is missing ....

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    • #3
      Re: cant see any images in deployed version in Firefox but works in IE

      yeah, i thought of that first. but the images are all there.

      the wired thing is: it IS working in internet explorer. so the images are there.

      any other ideas?

      thanks a lot,
      mati

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      • #4
        Re: cant see any images in deployed version in Firefox but works in IE

        Mati,
        If the _lib has all the images then IE and firefox should show the images fine. On your canse IE seems working..

        Can you clean up cache of IE explorer and try..!
        Check whether you have images and dependent files in _lib

        Regards
        Dhan

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        • #5
          Re: cant see any images in deployed version in Firefox but works in IE

          i figured out whats the problem was... its nothing with scriptcase...

          for everybody who gets something like this, check if you have something like "banner", "ads" or something in the url. if you do and you have adblock activated it might prevent loading images and javascript with "banner" or "ads" in the url.

          regards, mati

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