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Not compatible with Extension:WYSIWYG

1 (talkcontribs)

Hi, could anyone tell me how I can make use of this awesome extension together with the WYSIWYG extension?

It's a real shame these two don't cooperate at the moment :( ..

Extension:WYSIWYG#Config "Paste as ..."

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Disable upload dialog in Visual editor

1 (talkcontribs)


is there a possibility to disable the upload dialog while using the Visual Editor?

When using the Wiki Editor the extension uploads the file directly, but in Visual Editor the upload dialog appears.

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No extension.json (Required for MediaWiki v1.25+)

2 (talkcontribs)


I tried installing this plugin for my mediawiki (1.26.4 ), and they seem to have deprecated configuration files, insisting that all plugins use the extension.json file. The whole wiki site goes blank if this extension.json file is included.

I love this plugin and it makes things so convenient, so would you be able to make the extension.json file? The instructions for it are right here:

Manual:Extension registration

Kghbln (talkcontribs)

Invoking this extension as described on the page should still work.

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is there any support on bluespice with WYSIWYG?

i'am using bluespice version 2.27.0, install ClipUpload succesfully, but only work in wiki editor only, not in the WYSIWYG


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Unbale copy / paste image in IE and Firefox and not working even in chrome with WYSWYG editor enabled.

Gsmrao (talkcontribs)


I am unable to do the copy/paste image in IE and Firefox browsers and also Chrome with WYSWYG editor.

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Kghbln (talkcontribs)

Only Crome is supported. See also this thread. I would not expect this to work with WYSIWYG due to possible scripting conflicts in any browser. I am not sure if it is worth making this possible. Perhaps the creator of this extension has more information and a view on this. Cheers (talkcontribs)

It support's now Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer.

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Turkamtor (talkcontribs)


Do you plan to implement eg; FF/Opera/IE and/or similar browser support?

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It support's now Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer.

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ClipUpload breaks media wiki stable

John Sater (talkcontribs)

[Sat Sep 24 17:59:46.274570 2016] [:error] [pid 5450] [client] PHP Fatal error:  require_once():

Failed opening required '/var/www/html/extensions/ClipUpload/ClipUpload.php' (include_path='/var/www/html/vendor/pea



l/vendor/pear/net_smtp:/var/www/html/vendor/pear/mail:.:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/pear') in /var/www/html/LocalSettin

gs.php on line 96

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Personal Filenames for each upload?

2 (talkcontribs)


first i want to say thanks for this great extension.

It would be great if the filename isn't set automatically. Is it achievable to integrate the possibility to rename the .png? Maybe a Popup Window which can be aktivated if wished?

This would help by administrate the Image Folder and using the same picture for different Articles.


VanShunt (talkcontribs)

+1 for this idea. This extension would be PERFECT if the filename could be specified.

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[Clip_Upload:An error occured during the upload (An internal error occurred)]

Monturiol (talkcontribs)

I get this error. Any idea?

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Compatibility with MediaWiki 1.19.17

Rgasparotto (talkcontribs)

I have just managed to install and run the extension with the following setup:

- mediawiki-1.19.17

- apache 2.2.3

- php 5.2.14

- mysql 5.0.26

- SLES 10 SP3

It seems to be working fine.

YMMV ;-)

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