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  1. Sometimes this isn't enough. There is an issue, if the template file sits in a subdirectory under site/templates and has to be processed by the file compiler. I filed the issue here. As a workaround, I changed a line in wire/modules/LanguageSupport/LanguageTranslator.php: original line (# 229): if($pos) $filename = substr($filename, $pos+20); to be replaced with: if($pos) $filename = preg_replace("@^.*?cache/FileCompiler/@", wire('config')->urls->templates, $filename);
  2. Of course, stupid me... Thank you very much Robin!
  3. Hi! As we still prefer it over Uikit, we selected the classic theme in the user settings. It would be really nice to have the login screen at domain.com/processwire match the rest of the interface and not have the Uikit design. How can I achieve this? Simply Symlinking wire/modules/AdminTheme/AdminThemeUikit/uikit/dist/css/uikit.pw.min.css -> site/modules/AdminThemeDefault/styles/main-classic.css doesn't work, breaking the layout.
  4. Wow! Indeed! That did it: upload_max_filesize 1200M post_max_size 1200M memory_limit 3200M max_execution_time 1200 max_input_time 1200 420MB upload ok. Fortunately, this is a dynamic cloud server, so increasing the memory was no problem at all. Tomorrow, I'll test how much I can go down again. Thanks so much for the idea Jonathan, I wouldn't have tried this without your suggestion The upload took about 6 minutes
  5. Desperately seeking for a solution, I wonder if anybody has found out something new about this I need to upload mp4 video files to processwire, ~400MB each The maximum I can get uploaded ok is ~120MB With bigger files, the progress bar goes up to 100% the normal way, but then stays red forever. On the server I can't find any trace of the file nor any error message Tried various php settings, the latest being: upload_max_filesize 600M post_max_size 600M memory_limit 1600M max_execution_time 600 max_input_time 600 It's no option to have the customer upload in a different way and integrate the file manually as he wants to upload at any time instantly I've read these postings: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/2194-flie-upload-max-file-size/ https://processwire.com/talk/topic/2190-max-file-size-for-uploading-a-file/ https://processwire.com/talk/topic/6267-problem-uploading-large-files/ https://processwire.com/talk/topic/7752-huge-file-uploading-problem/ Any idea highly appreciated, thanks in advance Running ProcessWire 3.0.62 on Debian wheezy in case that matters Edit: In case you're wondering why not using youtube or the like – these are short documentations of theater performances that need to be password protected for copyright reasons
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