Moo Accordion : Java errors

My friends, this is too strange … I made a duplicate of an existing site, and to my suprise I get Java errors when publishing. It is just one page (while this action does appear at 50+ pages). I’me totally lost here, I can’t find out what’s wrong.

Opening the original Freeway document doesn’t help me as well … the same error appears, even thought I’ve been using this for quit some time now.

I’ve posted some screenshots to illustrate the alert :

http://dump.vanheukelum.net/valveco_moo_error.png

http://dump.vanheukelum.net/valveco_actionpalette_error.png

If anyone has an idea … please don’t hesitate to enlighten me.

Tnx. Richard


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The screen shots are simply saying that there is an error on these actions. The more valuable information is when you select the errant item to which the action is applied and select ‘Clear Error’, what appears then? What is the error at that point?


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Nothing … just the 3 pop-ups that controls the action.


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Hello, just to say that I am having trouble with all the mootools action. I am using Slideshow Gallery and Accordion on my pages, and all of a sudden it started to produce a java script error at start-up of program that says:
“File Not Found
Necessary Support File not found in action bundle. Expected location: [[Settings:mootoolsOption.txt]]
Action may not function properly”
and infact it does not!
Firstly I throwed everything in the dustbin and reinstall and it worked, now even if a do this it does not work anymore. Have no idea, I have checked and the file it apparently look for IS in the bundle. Any clue? ThankYou


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I’m having the same problem with slimbox. Any suggestions?


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Re install the Moo actions, following Weaver’s instructions carefully. It may be an upgrade has copied part of the Action, but not the support files.

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On 13 Sep 2010, 11:15 am, waltd wrote:

Re install the Moo actions, following Weaver’s instructions carefully. It may be an upgrade has copied part of the Action, but not the support files.

Walter


I’ve tried deleting prior versions, emptying my trash and reinstalling but same error occurs when I go to work on the website. It’s still looking for the “settings:mootoolsoptions.txt” file. Not sure what to do at this point. I inherited this website from someone else to maintain. Could that have something to do with it?


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could it be in one of the lighboxes? that somebody has made an css or something in it?
when you go to the action and do the cmd-i, perhaps this file is there??
( just trying to think along)


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If you’ve re-installed the Action, next try removing the Action
entirely from your document, publishing once, then adding it back in
again and publishing again. This error shouldn’t be there if you have
a current version of the Action (so check on the Forge or on Weaver’s
Action site) and you have installed it correctly in your current
version of Freeway. If you upgraded, check to be sure that you are
looking in the right Actions folder on your Mac.

Walter

On Sep 13, 2010, at 6:21 PM, jayson wimmer wrote:

On 13 Sep 2010, 11:15 am, waltd wrote:

Re install the Moo actions, following Weaver’s instructions
carefully. It may be an upgrade has copied part of the Action, but
not the support files.

Walter


I’ve tried deleting prior versions, emptying my trash and
reinstalling but same error occurs when I go to work on the
website. It’s still looking for the “settings:mootoolsoptions.txt”
file. Not sure what to do at this point. I inherited this website
from someone else to maintain. Could that have something to do with
it?


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I was having some issues with the moo-tool slimbox and found this thread. I couldn’t seem to clear the orginal error, and decided I would just scrap moo altogether and use a different method for displaying some graphics (like scripty light box).

I removed the moo actions from my Application and Support folder…now when I open any site (even one without any moo actions applied) I get the following error;

“File Not Found Necessary Support File not found in action bundle. Expected location: [[Settings:mootoolsOption.txt]] Action may not function properly”.

Is there anything else I should try so I can stop getting this error? Is this something I can just keep ignoring?

Thanks for any advice…I’ve got a lot of work ahead of me…I was using moo slimbox to display lots of pics on a few different sites.


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Find the item(s) or page(s) that the Moo Actions are applied to, and remove the Actions. Deleting those files will not remove the Actions from their associated Freeway elements…

Walter

On Sep 14, 2010, at 10:51 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

If you’ve re-installed the Action, next try removing the Action entirely from your document, publishing once, then adding it back in again and publishing again. This error shouldn’t be there if you have a current version of the Action (so check on the Forge or on Weaver’s Action site) and you have installed it correctly in your current version of Freeway. If you upgraded, check to be sure that you are looking in the right Actions folder on your Mac.

Walter

On Sep 13, 2010, at 6:21 PM, jayson wimmer wrote:

On 13 Sep 2010, 11:15 am, waltd wrote:

Re install the Moo actions, following Weaver’s instructions carefully. It may be an upgrade has copied part of the Action, but not the support files.

Walter


I’ve tried deleting prior versions, emptying my trash and reinstalling but same error occurs when I go to work on the website. It’s still looking for the “settings:mootoolsoptions.txt” file. Not sure what to do at this point. I inherited this website from someone else to maintain. Could that have something to do with it?


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So…just to be clear…I need to open every FW site that is using moo actions, delete each action where it is applied
and the error message should disappear?

I know what I’m going to be doing on Saturday morning.


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Yes. What you might do, as a shortcut, is open up the document, cancel the error, and then look in Edit / Actions. Right at the top of the list of Actions, you will find a category called Actions in Document.

These are cached copies of the Actions (but without their sidecar asset folders) that Freeway has helpfully embedded in the document just to handle cases like this where the Action that the document needs is missing. These cached copies only show up if the Action is truly not installed, or if Freeway gets confused. They can cause a lot of heartache.

If you do see the Moo Actions listed in this spot, simply un-check the checkbox at the top level of the hierarchy for each Action. You should get an alert that you are deleting Actions and they will be removed from your document. Okay that, and see if the problem goes away.

This could be a lot faster than hunting and pecking through each page of each document.

Walter

On Sep 14, 2010, at 10:51 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

If you’ve re-installed the Action, next try removing the Action entirely from your document, publishing once, then adding it back in again and publishing again. This error shouldn’t be there if you have a current version of the Action (so check on the Forge or on Weaver’s Action site) and you have installed it correctly in your current version of Freeway. If you upgraded, check to be sure that you are looking in the right Actions folder on your Mac.

Walter

On Sep 13, 2010, at 6:21 PM, jayson wimmer wrote:

On 13 Sep 2010, 11:15 am, waltd wrote:

Re install the Moo actions, following Weaver’s instructions carefully. It may be an upgrade has copied part of the Action, but not the support files.

Walter


I’ve tried deleting prior versions, emptying my trash and reinstalling but same error occurs when I go to work on the website. It’s still looking for the “settings:mootoolsoptions.txt” file. Not sure what to do at this point. I inherited this website from someone else to maintain. Could that have something to do with it?


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