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 on: 14-01-2019 12:50:49 
Started by Martin Lennon - Last post by MrMusic

...Can someone tell me what to do ?


You just have to delete line 20 (disabled="true") from the administrator/components/com_joomgallery/models/forms/image.xml.
Then everything should work again.  Smile

 on: 14-01-2019 12:43:38 
Started by edjec - Last post by MrMusic

yes, the JoomGallery uses the authorization concept of Joomla!

Before making any changes now, you should find the cause of this problem:
- Had it worked properly in the past?
- What has been changed so that this problem has arisen?
   - Were there any changes in the Joomla user groups (deleted / moved / new groups)?
     In a standard installation, the user groups in Joomla only go up to id=9. Are the new groups 10-13 below the group "Registered"?

Is there a backup from a time when the problem did not exist?

Then you can check the following:
- Are there parent categories that have other permissions?

What are the permissions for each JoomGallery category in the asset table?
- For a category where the problem occurs
- For a new categories

 on: 14-01-2019 02:56:09 
Started by edjec - Last post by edjec
JoomGallery v3.3.4, J3.9.1

I have a situation where existing users can’t upload into their category or edit images.  In their User panel, the category field is disabled and set to root.  When an upload is attempted, an error is thrown stating “You are not allowed to upload into this category”.  I assume this error is thrown because users do not have permission to upload into the parent category – which is correct.  JG permissions are set to the following in the _assets table:


2, 10, 11 and 13 are the proper Joomla user groups and 1 indicates access permission.

However, in checking each individual JG category permissions under the ‘Category Rules’ tab, everything is set to ‘Not Allowed’ in all groups except SU.  If I manually set to proper permissions, then the front-end works correctly for that category owner, but no one else.

If I create a new category, then all permissions are correctly set and the category owner can upload and edit properly.  I’ve scoured the db tables and have not been able to locate a joomgallery_table that has settings for category permissisons, so I assume JG is reading these from Joomla assets settings.

Running all maintenance routines show no errors.

To sumarize: all existing categories cannot be edited or images uploaded, but new categories function properly.  It seems as though the existing categories are not reading the permissions table, but when a new category is created the table is read. 

Is there a way to globally reset the existing category permissions or must each and every category be manually edited and saved?  I hope the former because there are over 4,000 categories.

Any assistance will be appreciated.

 on: 13-01-2019 19:04:47 
Started by millard - Last post by panele123
A good information post

 on: 13-01-2019 13:04:47 
Started by Martin Lennon - Last post by Patjabix
Hi all

My Joomla is 3.9.1
Joomgallery is 3.3.4

I have the same problem and I checked the file /libraries/src/Form/Form.php
the code changes shown in the fix a already in place, but I still have the same problem.

When I make a chang t a picture, when I save I get this Error:

RuntimeException: Champ invalide: cid in /home/adimin/www/libraries/src/Form/Form.php:2077 Stack trace: #0 /home/adimin/www/libraries/src/Form/Form.php(1226): Joomla\CMS\Form\Form->validateField(Object(SimpleXMLElement), '', '3077', Object(Joomla\Registry\Registry)) #1 /home/adimin/www/administrator/components/com_joomgallery/models/image.php(1010): Joomla\CMS\Form\Form->validate(Array) #2 /home/adimin/www/administrator/components/com_joomgallery/models/image.php(247): JoomGalleryModelImage->_validate(Object(Joomla\CMS\Form\Form), Array) #3 /home/adimin/www/administrator/components/com_joomgallery/controllers/images.php(462): JoomGalleryModelImage->store() #4 /home/adimin/www/libraries/src/MVC/Controller/BaseController.php(710): JoomGalleryControllerImages->save() #5 /home/adimin/www/administrator/components/com_joomgallery/joomgallery.php(68): Joomla\CMS\MVC\Controller\BaseController->execute('apply') #6 /home/adimin/www/libraries/src/Component/ComponentHelper.php(402): require_once('/home/adimin/ww...') #7 /home/adimin/www/libraries/src/Component/ComponentHelper.php(377): Joomla\CMS\Component\ComponentHelper::executeComponent('/home/adimin/ww...') #8 /home/adimin/www/libraries/src/Application/AdministratorApplication.php(101): Joomla\CMS\Component\ComponentHelper::renderComponent('com_joomgallery') #9 /home/adimin/www/libraries/src/Application/AdministratorApplication.php(159): Joomla\CMS\Application\AdministratorApplication->dispatch() #10 /home/adimin/www/libraries/src/Application/CMSApplication.php(196): Joomla\CMS\Application\AdministratorApplication->doExecute() #11 /home/adimin/www/administrator/index.php(51): Joomla\CMS\Application\CMSApplication->execute() #12 {main}

Can someone tell me what to do ?

Thank you


 on: 08-01-2019 14:45:36 
Started by millard - Last post by MrMusic
Troubleshooting on
On the website there is an outdated 'Template override' of the detail view of the JoomGallery.
This will not load the original detail view of JoomGallery but a modified one. Presumably, the override was taken over by the old side during the migration and now causes this error.
Generally, you should remove the overrides after a Migration or rebuild based on the current JoomGallery template files.

Troubleshooting on
There is a Javascript conflict with the menu module "Maximenu CK". If you deactivate the option "Use fancy effect" in the module settings, the javascript error will no longer occur.

 on: 03-01-2019 18:02:25 
Started by millard - Last post by millard
MrM, thanks for your reply.  Joomla says all my extensions and plugins are up to date.  I went into Protostar, as suggested, but have no idea as to what to do using it, or how to disable extensions within it.  I can do that with my actual site, but cannot find those options in Protostar.  I googled tutorials for that, but nothing appeared sowing how to do that.  Should I try disabling my extensions one by one in my actual site?

 on: 03-01-2019 10:30:15 
Started by millard - Last post by MrMusic

there are Javascript errors on both sides. That's probably why the Motiongallery is not loaded properly.
Are all other extensions up-to-date and suitable for Joomla! 3.9?
In order to limit the errors, you should activate the protostar template as a test and disable other extensions such as the menu modules.

 on: 02-01-2019 07:55:01 
Started by millard - Last post by millard
Finally migrated my two websites from 2.5 to 3.9 (feared losing thousands of descriptions).  After migrating, one site shows the Motion bar, but it is static.  On site two, the motion bar is completely missing, though the empty space is still there.  MotionGallery is vital to these photography sites.  Looking for a fix to get MotionGallery up and working again.

Versions installed: Joomla 3.9.1  and JoomGallery Version 3.3.4

Examples of these two problems can be seen at:

 on: 07-12-2018 13:11:50 
Started by Traveller19 - Last post by MrMusic

did you set this settings in Configuration Manager to 'No':
Category View >> General Settings >> Show Comments
Category View >> General Settings >> Show Ratings

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