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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2011 8:26 pm 

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I have just installed this gallery, created a folder within Admiror Image Manager, uploaded multiple images, and then created a link to that gallery. It shows up in the menu item and I can select it, but when we click on it in the frontend, we get the message "You are not authorised to view this resource." I have checked permissions of all of the images as well as the gallery and all are set to 755 all the way to the root, so that shouldn't be a problem. I have deleted the folder and created it as well as uploaded images through the Media Manager and that hasn't worked. I have tried different settings in the Config of the gallery. I have tried all 4 templates and all are erroring. We have also deleted and recreated the menu link and we still get that error. The last attempt was to reinstall the component and that didn't work either.

The link to the page in our development environment is here : ... Itemid=124

Screenshot of error:

I verified that all of the images in the gallery as well as the folders have an XML and all say that they are visible.

Folder of the gallery the menu is linked to :

The only image that's in this gallery :

I am truly at a loss and am starting to wonder if I need to go with a different gallery. I'd rather not do that though because I love how this one works and looks. PLEASE HELP!!

 Post subject: You are not authorised to view this resource
PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2011 8:26 pm 
PostPosted: Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:40 am 
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Well this is a problem if yo tried to add Image Manager layout to the front-end of your site.
To access it you need to be logged in as an admin or editor to access.

Do you really need Image Manager in the front end or you just want to display images you uploaded? If you just want images to display you should consider using "AdmirorGallery -> Layout -> Layout" menu item type.

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