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Offline NaitLee

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Bug v2.4-rc07

When to Enable Anyone Upload Feature, and test files upload, not show upload progress bar.

But, I using v2.4-rc06 to v2.4-rc01, It works.

It's because in HFS 2.4 RC7 its template is removing JQuery dependency, and some features doesn't work properly after that.
It's been reported here

So, it's not a problem of HFS itself, but the default template :)
If you need upload work, you can change the template to RC6's one or those by the community.
Check out my template and PHFS ;)


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I am using v 2.4 RC7 on Windows 19 20h2. With no reason the HFS crashes by itself. Looks like it is on every 5 minutes. I checked the Event Viewer - nothing there.
Please help!


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Hello everyone ! In version 2.4.0 RC6, an IP address of the form http://[fe80::2905:9029:e7c9:f31e] is available. When trying to use it to access the server, external users receive a response: "Unable to access the site.". If you use my external address http://188.168.56.22 , the server is available to everyone. Question: An address  of this kind [fe80::2905:9029:e7c9:f31e] is not intended for external users, or have I configured something wrong? Thank you.
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Question: An address  of this kind [fe80::2905:9029:e7c9:f31e] is not intended for external users, or have I configured something wrong? Thank you.
Yes, ipv6 FE80::/10 addresses are belong to LAN, not intended for external users.
Also, you can consult the Internet to know if that ipv6 is supported for your ISP. If not, then viewing your HFS server with ipv6 is not possible.
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Yes, ipv6 FE80::/10 addresses are belong to LAN, not intended for external users.
Also, you can consult the Internet to know if that ipv6 is supported for your ISP. If not, then viewing your HFS server with ipv6 is not possible.

Thanks!
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