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Saving Changes To A Template 8 months 2 days ago #103593

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Strange, maybe some issue with template name vs directory name.

Can you set debug to 2 in config.php and try again ?
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Saving Changes To A Template 8 months 2 days ago #103600

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Sorry Dennis - maybe I've got the wrong file: /application/config/config.php ? I set it to 2 but no change to messages etc.
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Saving Changes To A Template 8 months 2 days ago #103609

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Further to my last - I've discovered that the 'NewTemplate' I created this afternoon I can edit (just duplicated the default template).

So I've set all the permissions for the problem one to match.
I also wondered if the name I had used with an underscore may be the problem. I tried duplicating to a different name.

All to no avail. The template won't save. It was created for me and then downloaded to here but that shouldn't cause the problem? If you like I can send the template through to you and we can see if the error is replicated (so is it the template, or my installation)? :unsure:
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Saving Changes To A Template 8 months 2 days ago #103611

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Yes, please attach an export of the template here or, if it's sensitive, send Denis and I a private message.
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Saving Changes To A Template 8 months 2 days ago #103626

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Unfortunately, Denis and I are stumped. Neither of us had problems saving files in the template editor.

It's got to be something to do with your server configuration.

The only suggestion I have is that if the shipped templates work, try removing files from the custom template one-by-one to see if any of them are offending the server.

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Saving Changes To A Template 7 months 4 weeks ago #103853

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Hi

Despite my best efforts I couldn't find the problem but it must have been with permissions in Limesurvey somewhere. The template had been loaded by another person and even with superadmin rights I couldn't save as I noted above. I subsequently copied it (so it saved with me as the owner) resolved it and like you both - no problems. I suspect there was a glitch somewhere because I've had a different site with similar template loads in the last few days and they all seem fine for me to edit.

Coding - one of those things I guess. ;) Thanks both for your help. Lloyd.
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