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    I can't upload anything ! Applet doesn't work


    Hey All ! I need some help Because I have some loops to upload but the applet doesn't work ... My browser is firefox
    Anyone can help me ?

    Thanks in advance ! smile

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    Did you click connect and type your password ?

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    Benboncan
    Did you click connect and type your password ?

    what ? I don't have any password weird

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    what ? I don't have any password weird

    The password you used when you first joined/registered. If you can't remember it use this:

    http://www.freesound.org/forum/profile.php?mode=sendpassword

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    Benboncan
    what ? I don't have any password weird

    The password you used when you first joined/registered. If you can't remember it use this:

    http://www.freesound.org/forum/profile.php?mode=sendpassword

    I'm already logged in, it's maybe useless to get my password if I already know it ^^

    The applet doesn't work ^^'

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    Logging in to freesound ftp is different to logging in to the freesound website.

    You need to log into ftp (with the same password) regardless of if you're logged into the website or not, that is why there is a box for your password on the ftp applets or any other ftp program. This is normal practice for nearly all web applications.

    The applet does work for 99.9 percent of users.

    If it won't work for you after logging in to the ftp site then there is something wrong with your computer set-up rather than with freesound or the applet. Old or broken version of java perhaps, or something in your firewall set-up or User Access Control if you're using Microsoft Windows. - just some possibilities.

    Anyhow, good luck making it work.

    Wibby.

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    Old or broken version of java perhaps, or something in your firewall set-up or User Access Control if you're using Microsoft Windows. - just some possibilities.

    Anyhow, good luck making it work.

    Wibby.

    Hum :? yes maybe :/

    I don't see anything, I guess I can't log in into the applet ....

    Thanks anyway for the help wink

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    File uploading applet

    This great applet has been kindly provided by JScape, Leader in Java and .NET Internet Software Components...

    Make sure you hit 'yes' or 'allow' when the security warning pops up. You need to do this because the applet needs the permission to touch your local files...

    After uploading, remember to describe your files...

    This is all there is if im logged in and click FTP Applet

    I dont get it .
    If I log in on this page im back at home page

    So again ....how to upload

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    jens bjørn
    File uploading applet

    This great applet has been kindly provided by JScape, Leader in Java and .NET Internet Software Components...

    Make sure you hit 'yes' or 'allow' when the security warning pops up. You need to do this because the applet needs the permission to touch your local files...

    After uploading, remember to describe your files...

    This is all there is if im logged in and click FTP Applet

    I dont get it .
    If I log in on this page im back at home page

    So again ....how to upload

    Did you press the "connect" button, at the lower left corner?

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    What connect button .... ftp page or .....
    no such thing on my screen .
    (but fast answer)

    About settings , new mac user here , anything to look for in snowleopard - im pretty much allowing freesound to get through -popups etc ...java is update and activate in "default " mode

    Just tried same upload thing on pc .... FTP wants EARLIER version of JAVA SCRIPT ?????

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    The same thing happened to me at first, however I updated my Java and now no problems.

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    jens bjørn
    What connect button .... ftp page or .....
    no such thing on my screen .
    (but fast answer)

    About settings , new mac user here , anything to look for in snowleopard - im pretty much allowing freesound to get through -popups etc ...java is update and activate in "default " mode

    Just tried same upload thing on pc .... FTP wants EARLIER version of JAVA SCRIPT ?????

    What browser are you using?

    Using Firefox on a linux box, my ftp applet page (http://www.freesound.org/filesUploadApplet.php) looks like this:

    http://s3.postimage.org/1n8zk9o78/ftp_applet_page.jpg

    If you don't see the page like that, then perhaps your java environment is not the right version, as Puniho wrote.
    But when all that is said, and if java works, just hit the "connect" button and you'll get a little sign-in window. Enter your username and pw, and you're good to go.

    Using a ftp client is also possible, but for some security reason, that i think Bram pointed out a long time ago, it'll disconnect after 15 minutes (at least it have done that on my pc).

    Hope it helps grin

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    On Mac, you can also use an app called Cyberduck as separate ftp client. It's what I use and never had any problems with.

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