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  Tuesday, 04 January 2022
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When I try to upload an image in JCE Editor in an article, I get the message: Upload failed: Exif data could not be removed from this image.
I also get this message:
Joomla\CMS\Filesystem\Folder::files: Path is not a folder. Path: ....../public_html/plugins/system/jcemediabox/addons
Layout "manager_popup" not found in Paths ...../public_html/components/com_jce/editor/libraries/views/plugin/tmpl

What can I do to solve this?

I use:
Joomla 4.0.5
PHP 8.1.0
JCE Editor 2.9.18
2 weeks ago
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#109926
I also get this message:
Joomla\CMS\Filesystem\Folder::files: Path is not a folder. Path: ....../public_html/plugins/system/jcemediabox/addons
Layout "manager_popup" not found in Paths ...../public_html/components/com_jce/editor/libraries/views/plugin/tmpl



Please install JCE Pro 2.9.19 Beta - https://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/downloads/editor/pro/development

When I try to upload an image in JCE Editor in an article, I get the message: Upload failed: Exif data could not be removed from this image.


Does this happen with all images or just a specific one?

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

one week ago
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#109984
I keep getting this error about Not able to remove EXIF data from image when I upload an Image.

I installed the latest beta 7 version, But the problem remains!

Annoying

tk
one week ago
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#109986
You can disable the Remove Exif process by setting the Remove Image EXIF data option to No in Editor Profiles -> Editor Parameters -> Filesystem.

Are you able to resize images on upload?

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

one week ago
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#109987
Actually, my problem is solved. I saw that there were two buttons for images, one called 'Image Manager' and one called 'Image Manger Extended'.
I got the error when I used the first button.
Furthermore, I downgraded form PHP 8.1 to PHP 7.4 and now the error has gone.
one week ago
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#109992
Furthermore, I downgraded form PHP 8.1 to PHP 7.4 and now the error has gone.


I've tested this with PHP 8.1 without issue, but I suspect your problem may be related to this version of PHP, and perhaps asssocicated PHP extensions on your site.

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

one week ago
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#109994
and perhaps associated PHP extensions on your site.


That could be the problem. I have more issues since I moved to a new host, also, with WordPress websites.
one week ago
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#110007
I used this work around
I disabled the stripping of exif data, and now you can upload images.
But I want to strip exif data because of privacy reasons!

So please check this function and make it work please
thanx
one week ago
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#110009
Tonk - do you only get this error when using the standard Image Manager?

Are you able to resize images on upload?

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

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