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JF Slideshow Module cannot be edited
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TOPIC: JF Slideshow Module cannot be edited

JF Slideshow Module cannot be edited 16 Aug 2014 04:46 #5325

Hi,

I'm exploring your Creativia template and find beautiful as well as simple to use. But I've run into a serious problem trying to configure it for an actual website.

I installed your Joomla 2.5 quick start setup on my host. Everything works, however, when I try to edit the JF Slideshow module, no matter what I do to it, even nothing at all...when Save, Save & Close or even the Close button is pushed, the connection get's reset. The status of the module then gets changed to being checked out, when I go back into the administrator backend and view the module manager summary.

Experimenting further, I can change the module's parameters directly by editing its MySQL record. But that's not a very user friendly operation.

Have you run into this problem before and can you suggest a remedy?

Thanks!

- Jeff

p.s. - yes, I have tried uninstalling and then reinstalling the module itself, as well as fresh installs of the whole quick start package.
Last Edit: 16 Aug 2014 05:31 by jsbullock. Reason: expand p.s.

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Re: JF Slideshow Module cannot be edited 17 Aug 2014 22:25 #5330

Just an update. The module can be checked in, published or unpublished from the summary page of the Joomla module manager. So the problem is definitely related to the module edit page itself.

It doesn't matter whether changes have been made or not. When the Save, Save & Close, Save & New or Close buttons are pressed, the connection is reset every time.

I also asked my hosting service to look into it and they did, but could not find any event in the logs to explain why the connection resets when one exits from the module edit page.

As I said previously, there is nothing keeping me from updating the module fields directly in its MySQL record, just not such a fun process to update all the slide details crammed into the parameters field that way.

Since I'm auditioning free Joomla resources for an article I'm writing, this is a deal killer on mentioning your templates. Sorry But I hope my careful observations have been helpful.

- Jeff
Last Edit: 17 Aug 2014 22:33 by jsbullock. Reason: another thouhgt

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Re: JF Slideshow Module cannot be edited 18 Aug 2014 03:47 #5331

Please send FTP and backend access info to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Re: JF Slideshow Module cannot be edited 19 Aug 2014 17:20 #5340

I'm more than happy to help out. Created a subdomain for you on my host with a fresh install of your Creativia 2.5 quick start package & sent the access details to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please email me directly if you have any further needs & good luck!

- Jeff

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Re: JF Slideshow Module cannot be edited 25 Sep 2015 00:23 #7464

Same problem here

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Re: JF Slideshow Module cannot be edited 25 Sep 2015 03:52 #7467

Try to download and reinstall new version of module JF Slideshow, we fixed problem.

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