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Hey , 

The file upload is not working for me - It keeps showing http error. 
One time it showed - IO error 
I cannot attach the screen shot to this report as well. It show upload error 407

Also the old uploader is not available in the instructable page

I am behind school ntlm proxy. Dont know if that is the reason.

Alex

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knexpert#10829476 (author)2013-08-07

I had the same problem and it corrupted my pdf on one of my instructables, it just showed a blank page upon hitting the pdf button >=(

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You had problems uploading images, or problems downloading a PDF?

Try logging out, clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page, then log in again.

Next, upload using the image uploader to upload your pictures and tag them appropriately so you can find them after. Make sure the pictures you want to upload are around 5 Mb each or under, and start by uploading less than 10 pictures at a time.

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Alex Jalland (author)2012-04-20

this is the same problem i am having is there any other way to get round it asap?

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mikeasaurus (author)Alex Jalland2013-08-08

Try logging out, clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page, then log in again.

Next, upload using the image uploader to upload your pictures and tag them appropriately so you can find them after. Make sure the pictures you want to upload are around 5 Mb each or under, and start by uploading less than 10 pictures at a time.

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mikeasaurus (author)2012-02-23

Have you tried clearing your cache, reloading the page and trying again?
Try that and leave me a reply with your results.

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echoalex (author)mikeasaurus2012-02-23

Cleared cache and reloaded page. - not working
tried on 3 systems - firefox and chrome - on 2 windows system
and iceweasle on debian. Non of them seems to work.(IO error reported)

Note : all the systems are behind the ntlm proxy. I think the problem is either with the school proxy or at server side.

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mikeasaurus (author)echoalex2012-02-24

Thanks for letting us know, a bug report has been generated.

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sunshiine (author)2012-02-23

Not sure if this is the same problem but I have been having trouble trying to upload pictures from my library. I am using Google server and I can view one page but when I try to view the next page it won't load.

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echoalex (author)2012-02-23

Cleared cache and reloaded page. - not working
tried on 3 systems - firefox and chrome - on 2 windows system
and iceweasle on debian. Non of them seems to work.(IO error reported)

Note : all the systems are behind the ntlm proxy. I think the problem is either with the school proxy or at your side.

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