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Last Post: October 25, 2017   (RSS)

Thanks Jerry, 

When you have: Admin > General > Hide Errors enabled it shows "An unexpected error occurred: #" for PHP errors.  You can look up the error number in the error log like this: admin.php?menu=_error_log&action=edit&num=1234

We get asked about this from time to time so I've improved the language for "Hide PHP Errors" and added the error number to the error details so it's more obvious. But to answer your question, if you look up the error by number you can see what it was.  

Dave Edis - Senior Developer
interactivetools.com

By gkornbluth - October 25, 2017 - edited: October 25, 2017

Sorry, this was on posting to the CMSB forum.

I've uploaded a file to this post so you can check. (file uploads even with the error...)

Jerry Kornbluth

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Oh! heh, ok great thanks.  Yes we're testing our latest beta before we release it.  Good find, I fixed it!  

That was with the image_convertCMYKToRGBIfNeeded() function we added.

Dave Edis - Senior Developer
interactivetools.com

Great, glad to help (ha, ha)

Jerry Kornbluth

The first CMS Builder reference book is now available on-line!
Take advantage of a free 3 month trial subscription, only for CMSB users, at: http://www.thecmsbcookbook.com/trial.php