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XF 1.2 File health check shows jsFile does not contain expected contents

Discussion in 'Installation, Upgrade, and Import Support' started by SelfSufficientMe, Nov 18, 2013.

  1. SelfSufficientMe

    SelfSufficientMe Well-Known Member

    Hi Guys,

    I upgraded to 1.2.3 and found the following errors during the files check - I have no idea what it means. Could someone please let me know if this is serious... Thanks

    File Health Check
    Potential Problems
    1. js/xenforo/full/xenforo.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
    2. js/xenforo/full/smiley_editor.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
    3. js/xenforo/full/template_edit.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
    4. js/xenforo/full/lightbox.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
    5. js/xenforo/full/bb_code_edit.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
    6. js/xenforo/xenforo.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
    7. js/xenforo/smiley_editor.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
    8. js/xenforo/template_edit.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
    9. js/xenforo/lightbox.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
    10. js/xenforo/bb_code_edit.jsFile does not contain expected contents.
     
  2. Jeremy

    Jeremy XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Re upload your /js/ folder. You either forgot to upload them or you've modified them.
     
  3. SelfSufficientMe

    SelfSufficientMe Well-Known Member

    Thanks Jeremy, so I downloaded another XF upgrade (just to be sure) and uploaded the js folder separately but the same 10 problems were listed when I ran the file check again? I doubt that I have modified any files (not on purpose anyway) :)

    Is there something else I can do?
     
  4. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Try a different FTP application.

    I use WinSCP.
     
  5. SelfSufficientMe

    SelfSufficientMe Well-Known Member

    Yep, I tried WinSCP as suggested and that has done the trick! File health check 100% :) I was using Core FTP...

    Thanks for your help fellas - appreciated.
     

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