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  1. sageman
  2. JCE Editor
  3. Thursday, 18 July 2019
Hello Ryan,

I am faced with a very strange problem - might have nothing to do with JCEm but maybe you have encountered something similar:
in the JCE File Browser, a client is trying to create a new subdirectory named "Jubilaeum" and upload an image. She has done this on many other occasions.
Only inthis case, when she creates the subfolder opens it, immediately a new subfolder appears within this new folder the same name, and then another, and so on, like in a loop - I've counted 500+ levels ;).

I deleted all folders - but when she tried again a few hours later, the same thing happened... Very weird. I am almost thinking this is a stky key on her keyboard or something like that, because I just deleted all of them via shell again and recreated the folder without trouble on my my end, from my MacBook.




Thanks,
Richard
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Are you able to reproduce the issue?

Does it happen with an subfolder created in any folder?
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  1. more than a month ago
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I can't reproduce it on any of my machines.
Happened to her twice, but only in this specific folder named "Jubilaeum".
  1. more than a month ago
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Does this happen to your client in all browsers, or just a specific one?
Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.
  1. more than a month ago
  2. JCE Editor
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Hi Richard,
Hi Ryan,

I was able to reproduce this issue, see this : https://www.joomlacontenteditor.net/support/forum/100741-cut-past-folder#reply-100756

Regards
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