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Implemented Attachment editor - Plupload (HTML5 Uploader)

Discussion in 'Closed Suggestions' started by cclaerhout, Oct 4, 2013.

  1. cclaerhout

    cclaerhout Well-Known Member

    This suggestion is related to this discussion in the development forum. While I was on the Moxiecode website I had a look at plupload, then checked how XenForo attachments are managed in the attachment_editor script. Plupload events should allow (I think, but I haven't tested it) to keep a quite similar structure with the advantage to have several "runtimes", especially html5 et flash. Since their OEM license is at 80 euros, it looks interesting and affordable.
     
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  2. Chris D

    Chris D XenForo Developer Staff Member

    Down with swfupload!
     
  3. Andy.N

    Andy.N Well-Known Member

    Yeah, down, down down.
    Time for HTML5 uploader
     
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  4. AndyB

    AndyB Well-Known Member

    It sure would be nice to eliminate the Flash uploader, it crashes for me on an almost daily basis.
     
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  5. shorepower

    shorepower Active Member

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  6. cclaerhout

    cclaerhout Well-Known Member

    Yes and it is well coded.

    P.S: it is developed by xfrock and provided thanks to Dinh Than
     
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  7. Amaury

    Amaury Well-Known Member

    Flash doesn't give me too many problems unless I'm doing CPU-intensive tasks, like processing videos, but I agree that HTML5 is a lot better.
     
  8. Chris D

    Chris D XenForo Developer Staff Member

    Just a quick note to say I edited the title of this thread because I always found it difficult to find in search, and I believe others do too.

    I have appended "HTML5 Uploader" to the end.
     
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  9. rafass

    rafass Well-Known Member

    HTML5 uploader yes please, voted.
     
  10. cclaerhout

    cclaerhout Well-Known Member

    An even better solution: try to apply soon the prefix "implemented" to this suggestion ^^
     
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  11. CyclingTribe

    CyclingTribe Well-Known Member

    Is there any chance this could make it into XF 1.5 or is it too complex a change?
     
  12. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

  13. Fred.

    Fred. Well-Known Member

    Yes, Please! I prefer HTML 5 way above the flash thingy. (y)
     
  14. Cthulhux

    Cthulhux Member

    Now that Flash has another major security issue: +1.
     
  15. bousaid

    bousaid Well-Known Member

  16. rafass

    rafass Well-Known Member

    Hope don't have to wait until 2x to have this feature implemented. :r
     
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  17. Chris D

    Chris D XenForo Developer Staff Member

    The uploader is unlikely to change between now and 2.0. Good job there's add ons available to bridge that gap until then!
     
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  18. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    Try it on a Mac and having several XenForo windows open (for different sites). It's gotten to be fairly regular for me also.
     
  19. viper357

    viper357 Active Member

    Would definitely like to see a built-in option to upload multiple photo's at once in future Xenforo releases, my site is image intensive and users often upload between 10 and 20 pics at a time, a lot of them being mobile users too. :)
     
  20. Mike

    Mike XenForo Developer Staff Member

    Given Flash's continued demise and the likely long path for people to upgrade to XF2 which has an HTML5 uploader, we've now backported a similar approach to 1.5. This has now been rolled out here. You shouldn't really see any significant differences on desktop browsers; mobile browsers will now support multiple file uploads though.

    A change like this isn't normally something we'd do within a bug fix release (it also changes some of the APIs exposed by the JS), so while we have enabled the HTML5 uploader system by default, it can be disabled if needed. If add-ons load the attachment editor JS directly in their own templates, they will need changes to load the new file instead; if they don't, they will continue to use the Flash uploader.
     
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