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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 29013 19-Dec-2008 12:58
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Hi Folks

I've been trying for the last 3 days to use this website http://elfyourself.jibjab.com/ and at first it all looks fine.  But when I go to upload photos and save them, I keep getting an error "Error occurred while connecting with the server"

Last night I tried it from a friends connection who is with Telecom and had no problems, and upon coming home trying it from Xnet I get a problem.

Can someone try to upload a photo and save and see if they get a problem (make a new dance, just upload a photo then click on done).  I'm wanting to determine if it is me, my connection or the website that is the problem.

Cheers
Mike

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  Reply # 185135 19-Dec-2008 13:58
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Working fine here from my Xnet connection




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  Reply # 185139 19-Dec-2008 14:07
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So, you were able to upload an image, save it and see the final movie?

bugger, if thats the case stuffed if I know whats going on.

Cheers for that Redjungle

Mike

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  Reply # 185166 19-Dec-2008 16:23
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Yup, no problem. More likely to be an issue on your PC.. have you tried a different browser for starters? latest version of Flash installed?




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  Reply # 185168 19-Dec-2008 16:32
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RedJungle: Yup, no problem. More likely to be an issue on your PC.. have you tried a different browser for starters? latest version of Flash installed?


Yep. I have the latest flash and updated browsers for IE and Firefox.  Tried both browsers, cleared cache and turned off my firewall and virus scanner.



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  Reply # 185170 19-Dec-2008 16:42
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just did an reinstall of firefox and flash and that seemed to have fixed the problem.  yay.

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Mike

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