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#1 Posted : Monday, June 11, 2012 12:53:29 PM(UTC)

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Currently, when I try to add more that 120 images to the flash control, no message pops up warning the user that they have attempted to add more images than the control can handle at once. Nothing at all happens, just the dialog closes. Is there some setting that needs to be set before the TooManyFilesSelectedToOpen will show?

For reference, below is the HTML for the control

<cc1:ImageUploaderFlash ID="ImageUploaderFlash1" runat="server" OnFileUploaded="Uploader1_FileUploaded"
EnableAutoRotation="true" LicenseKey="77FF1-001D2-82F40-0003B-0FE63-85CD60"
Width="650px" Height="500px" Type="flash" EnableDescriptionEditor="False"
UploadButtonText="Continue" >
<cc1:Converter Mode="*.*=SourceFile" />
<cc1:Converter Mode="*.*=Thumbnail" ThumbnailWidth="100" ThumbnailHeight="100" />
<Restrictions FileMask="[['Images (*.jpg;*.jpeg)', '*.jpg;*.jpeg']]"
MaxFileCount="500" />
<UploadSettings RedirectUrl="Conflicts.aspx"/>
<UploadPane ViewMode="Thumbnails" AddFilesButtonText="Add Images" />
<PaneItem ToolbarAlwaysVisible=false />
<TopPane AddFilesHyperlinkText="Add more images"
ClearAllHyperlinkText="remove all images" ShowViewComboBox="False"
TitleText="Images for Upload" />
<AddFilesProgressDialog Text="Adding files to upload list..." />
<Messages TooManyFilesSelectedToOpen="Too many files selected to open" />
<FlashControl ThemeUrl="/CCSTransferWeb/styles/Default/DefaultTheme.swf" />


Edited by user Monday, June 11, 2012 12:57:26 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

#2 Posted : Monday, June 11, 2012 9:13:44 PM(UTC)

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Unfortunately this is a limitation of Adobe Flash. If you need to resize images on the client side, this limitation comes into play. The only way to work it around is to limit number of files to upload per one upload session (the MaxFileCount property).

Another way would be to switch to the ActiveX/Java uploader.

Edited by user Monday, June 11, 2012 9:14:35 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Sincerely yours,
Dmitry Sevostyanov

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