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    Hello msasek,

    Firstly, thanks for all your hard work. Much appreciated.

    I think there's a bug in the admin section - when i go to edit attributes for any product, it jumps to the admin log in screen. I'm sure this isnt mean to happen.


    That's all. Thanks again -love your work,

    tim

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    It doesnt do this for me when I did a fresh install from the zip file... Can you provide more detail please, so I can investigate further.

    What is your setup - Web Server, php version, etc...

    Also, how are you trying to edit attributes? Are you clicking the 'edit atttributes' button on the product listing, or are you doing from the 'Attribute Manager' or are you doing it from the 'Products Attributes' section?
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    Ok, if i click on the "edit" button in the attributes manager, it jumps to login. If i click on "edit attributes" button in the catagories / products section, it does the same.

    I'm running php Version 4.2.3, apache 2.0.43 and mysql 3.23.53

    I also did a fresh install, and am using the default database that came with MAX 1.5.

    Cheers, tim

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    Looks like you are losing your session or cookie data. Check your sessions settings. Make sure 'Force cookies' is off, and make sure you have access to the /tmp directory on your server. If not, change the path to a world writable directory that you have access to and see if that helps.

    I can't reproduce the error, so you will have to troubleshoot this from your end...
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    thx, will give it a try.

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    hi again msasek,

    well i checked my sessions settings, and force cookies is set to false. At the moment, i am only working off my localhost, so i'm not sure how to change the CHMOD settings there - or if you can at all. When i click on properties for my web directory (localhost directory) it comes up as read only, and wont let me change these settings. I'm a bit lost and confused at the moment.

    Is it something to do with the htaccess file?

    In my configure file, store sessions is set to 'mysql' - if i leave it blank, admin doesnt show up at all - just a blank screen.
    Any suggestions?

    tim

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    Still no luck - anyone any ideas?

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    I suggest updating your PHP version. 4.2.3 is downright ancient, and may be the source of the problem.

    Try apache2triad here: http://apache2triad.org/

    It is SUPER easy to install, and runs the most current software. I use it for development on my XP's and it is a cool package.
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    will try- thanks a lot.

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    I am having the same trouble.

    I am using winxp pro iis and mysql 4 and php 4 has anyone fixed this problem?

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