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michael milner
141 posts
Thu Oct 26, 17
3:50 AM
I cannot upload photos using the new mac os operating system and safari. I have turned on flash but the select photos button does nothing when pushed. It works in chrome but that is not my usual browser. Any suggestions?
mike
Shawn Mertz
103 posts
Thu Oct 26, 17
8:31 AM
I decided to give it a try. Safari select doesn't work for me either.

My normal workflow is to use Lightroom with FTP export it is much more efficient.
see sytist manual http://www.picturespro.com/sytist-manual/articles/uploading-from-lightroom/


Tim - PicturesPro.com
10506 posts
admin
Thu Oct 26, 17
10:18 AM
If you are using safari and flash is installed, go to safari preferences plug in settings, adobe flash player and see if your site is blocked .
 
 
 
 
 
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michael milner
141 posts
Thu Oct 26, 17
5:11 PM
flash plugin is on for the site
Tim - PicturesPro.com
10506 posts
admin
Fri Oct 27, 17
5:59 AM
Does the upload button look like this?
Attached Photos

 
 
 
 
 
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Shawn Mertz
103 posts
Fri Oct 27, 17
10:05 AM
mine does. and when i scroll over it, the highlight is working but nothing happens when I click on it.
I haven't noticed any other problems.
William Spivak
40 posts
Fri Oct 27, 17
8:22 PM
Since the new MacOs, flash hasn't been working correctly. It will display it and not work like you're experiencing. The workaround I did for now is to use Chrome to upload through the flash part of the site. If you don't want to do that, use the FTP then process them like normal.

I use safari for everything but uploading and most of the time I'm uploading with FTP and processing it.

I also disabled everything with flash running on the macos due to this issue.

Here's another link you can check out too.
https://www.picturespro.com/support-forum/sytist/?t=34786-problem-uploading-new-mac-os-1013#34813
Edited Fri Oct 27, 17 8:24 PM by William Spivak
 
 
 
 
 
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michael milner
141 posts
Sat Oct 28, 17
2:23 AM
Yes it does. And as others have mention nothing happens when pushed
Tim - PicturesPro.com
10506 posts
admin
Sun Oct 29, 17
8:31 AM
Well I have no clue why it isn't working in Safari and don't have a way to test it. You will have to use Chrome or FTP until I develop a new uploading tool.
 
 
 
 
 
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Shawn Mertz
103 posts
Sun Oct 29, 17
9:25 AM
there newest system update broke a lot of other stuff too.
one company states the problem is this
"This seems to be due to the fact that High Sierra converts your system drive automatically from HFS+ to APFS –the latest file system– without asking, and this is causing the problem."

i have no idea what that means except my photoshop plugin don't launch, because it can't find a file.
michael milner
141 posts
Fri Nov 03, 17
4:47 AM
apple released an update to safari today which fixes this issue. all is well
Sharon Fibelkorn
7 posts
Tue Nov 07, 17
10:42 AM
MichaelM ... I just loaded High Sierra OS ... would you provide the link to the safari release?
 
 
 
 
 
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Aric Hoek
187 posts
Sat Nov 11, 17
1:32 PM
I thought I was going crazy. Firefox seems to work just fine as well.

I have done al the updates I can find and Safari still seems to not work for me. Version 11.0.1 (13604.3.5)
 
 
 
 
 
Aric Hoek
Sharon Fibelkorn
7 posts
Sat Nov 11, 17
3:17 PM
Thanx Aric. I've been using Google Chrome until this can get fixed. :)
 
 
 
 
 
wezshootn
Aric Hoek
187 posts
Thu Dec 07, 17
8:39 AM
Just updated my mac to 10.13.2 and the problem still persists.
 
 
 
 
 
Aric Hoek
Sharon Fibelkorn
7 posts
Thu Dec 07, 17
10:21 AM
Ditto Aric. I'm still using Google Chrome to load images only ... then I head back to Safari for the rest of my work.

You know, it's not like I love any one program more than another; it's just what I'm use to using. I am sure I'm not the only person who's tired of explorer programs glitching and then us having to learn our way around a new one only to have it eventually glitch ... it's a vicious circle.

Likewise, I can see how developers get tired of updates only to blow up their own programs costing them time/money/and aggravation to find and update as well so they play well with others.

It's a vicious circle. But with so much going wrong (especially in California right now) I'm just grateful to have a work around and a nice web program to represent me on the web.

S'
 
 
 
 
 
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