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Receiving -200 error when trying to upload a file


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I am trying to upload a 1.6 MB gif and it fails and give the pop-up error -200. I have reloaded the page and the browser, and it still will not work. Firefox 67.0.4, uBlock origin is installed, but Neowin is whitelisted

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Everyone is having different issues with uBlock, even though it's whitelisted on here...

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On 7/5/2019 at 1:14 PM, Mindovermaster said:

Everyone is having different issues with uBlock, even though it's whitelisted on here...

It's completely off, and the issue still persists.

Edit: six hours later and it still fails.

Edit 2: It is now Monday and the issue continues...

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  • 2 weeks later...

OK, this has been a week, and yet the issue persists. @DaveLegg is there anything that you can think of that might causing this issue?

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15 hours ago, Steven P. said:

what is the name of the file? did you try removing special characters?

It is simply called guns.gif no special characters in the name, I even just now renamed it to make sure.

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@jnelsoninjax I asked and we think it is because the gif has too many frames, which IPB can't process quick enough. If I have time I will run it through an online optimizer, or you can to test :)

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10 hours ago, Steven P. said:

@jnelsoninjax I asked and we think it is because the gif has too many frames, which IPB can't process quick enough. If I have time I will run it through an online optimizer, or you can to test :)

OK, thanks for the response

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