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Why does Freeway Pro 5.2.1 get stuck at the very first item that it tries to Upload to a server? It didn’t do this before this version.


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On 13 Sep 2008, at 18:03, Brian Revere wrote:

Why does Freeway Pro 5.2.1 get stuck at the very first item that it
tries to Upload to a server? It didn’t do this before this version.

Perhaps it has something to do with the item? Freeway doesn’t often
get stuck for me …

best wishes,

Paul Bradforth

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Dear Paul:

Freeway created the blank gif. If I delete it Freeway automatically
replaces the blank gif.
On Sep 13, 2008, at 1:23 PM, Paul Bradforth wrote:

On 13 Sep 2008, at 18:03, Brian Revere wrote:

Why does Freeway Pro 5.2.1 get stuck at the very first item that it
tries to Upload to a server? It didn’t do this before this version.

Perhaps it has something to do with the item? Freeway doesn’t often
get stuck for me …

best wishes,

Paul Bradforth

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You could try popping into your web space using Transmit or your
preferred FTP client and deleting that file from there. Then try
uploading again.

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On 13 Sep 2008, at 18:27, Brian Revere wrote:

Freeway created the blank gif. If I delete it Freeway automatically
replaces the blank gif.

Yes, it’s necessary for the layout. I’m sorry I can’t help.

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Paul Bradforth

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It has to do with Freeway’s IE6 compatibility. If you go into your Document Setup and turn off IE compatibility, republish, you’ll see the file is gone. If you set it to just do IE7 the file isn’t created either. If you have both IE6/IE7 compatibility on it’ll create that file every time.

If you were to view source on a PC for a website done in Freeway in IE6, you’ll see the blank.gif file is used a few times in either layout formats.


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Thanks, I’ll try it
Brian
On Sep 13, 2008, at 2:51 PM, Dan J wrote:

It has to do with Freeway’s IE6 compatibility. If you go into your
Document Setup and turn off IE compatibility, republish, you’ll see
the file is gone. If you set it to just do IE7 the file isn’t
created either. If you have both IE6/IE7 compatibility on it’ll
create that file every time.

If you were to view source on a PC for a website done in Freeway in
IE6, you’ll see the blank.gif file is used a few times in either
layout formats.


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I had to use my FTP program to upload it. But I like the no-brain
p[art of Freeway’s direct Upload.

Brian
On Sep 13, 2008, at 1:32 PM, Keith Martin wrote:

You could try popping into your web space using Transmit or your
preferred FTP client and deleting that file from there. Then try
uploading again.

k


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Strange. Do you still have a problem with that file when using
Freeway’s upload feature?

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Extremely rarely, if you end up with a corrupted file on your disk, you can have trouble uploading. In that case, deleting your local folder (set in the Site Folder part of the Document Setup dialog) and choosing another location on your hard disk for local publishing will clear this up entirely.

Other times, you will be able to publish, but when you start uploading, the process times or errors out. In that case, deleting everything that Freeway made from your server can help. You will need to use an FTP application like Transmit for this.

Walter


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Yes.

On Sep 13, 2008, at 3:48 PM, Keith Martin wrote:

Strange. Do you still have a problem with that file when using
Freeway’s upload feature?

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Thanks. I’ll try it
Brian

On Sep 13, 2008, at 4:42 PM, waltd wrote:

Extremely rarely, if you end up with a corrupted file on your disk,
you can have trouble uploading. In that case, deleting your local
folder (set in the Site Folder part of the Document Setup dialog)
and choosing another location on your hard disk for local publishing
will clear this up entirely.

Other times, you will be able to publish, but when you start
uploading, the process times or errors out. In that case, deleting
everything that Freeway made from your server can help. You will
need to use an FTP application like Transmit for this.

Walter


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