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  1. Didier Pollez
  2. F2C Front-end / menu settings
  3. Tuesday, 30 July 2019
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Hi F2C
When I create a new F2C article from the frontend and select an image from server (image selection/browse server field), I get at first an error 403. Once I save the F2C article, I can select images from the server. This works form start in the backend, no need to save the new article first.
After investigation, I think this might be access right or PHP setting related. I tried several things without success. But this is strange as it works perfectly once I save the new F2C article.
I am probably not the first who experience this behavior, can you help me?
Thanks
Didier.
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Hi Didier,

If you weren't the first we might have solved it ;) ... so no other reports (yet).
Can you give us your versions and php info?
When an article isn't saved yet it doesn't have a Joomla ID yet and all data is cached. It might well be a permission check by the media manager.
Where exactly is the error shown?

Regards,
Patrick
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Thanks for that very quick response
The error appears in the select image popup window, immediately after pushing the select image button, see error_403 screendump.
F2C version 6.17.4
See screendumps for PHP version, PHP settings and system information.
All folders writable, except of course configuration.php
Didier
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Hi Didier,

Thanks for the info. What is your front-end Joomla user access level? Have your tried changing this and/or checking the media manager permissions?

Regards,
Patrick
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Superuser works in the frontend, so you’re right, I’ll look at some access rights later on and let you know
Thanks!
Didier
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The publishers did not have all the necessary F2C rights, this is now OK.
How could I be so stupid?
Thanks for your always great support!
Didier.
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