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h0rr0r Oct 31, 2009 05:22 PM
I have succesfully installed the new ver 3 cyn.in but the mind map button next to the "Toggle to wide screen" button does not work. It gives me an error when I click on it. It says "The content could not be loaded. Please try later"
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romasha Oct 31, 2009 10:01 PM
That is wierd. Is the toggle to wide screen button working? What flash version are u using?
dhiraj Oct 31, 2009 10:51 PM
It's working on this very site. :)

If you're running from buildout, try reporting what you see from fg log, when you click on the mindmap button.

Another way of seeing the log progress is to tail it from the instance log directory. The appropriate command from the linux console command line would be this:

tail -f /home/cynin/buildout/var/log/instance.log

Try running the command above, and then clicking on the mindmap button. If no error is reported, then it's some other problem.

Are you accessing cyn.in through the direct zope port? That would mean that in your browser you'd have a port address like sitename:8080/whatever instead of just sitename/whatever. If so, then some URLs get broken, and the mindmap is probably one of this.
h0rr0r Nov 01, 2009 02:53 AM
Ahhhh...... I believe it could be the port 8080 issues. I edited the zope.conf file and changed the adress to 80 only. Is there a way to solve this as I want to keep that port at 80 only. it's too troublesome to type the port 8080 in the url and it doesn't look nice in the url. :p
h0rr0r Nov 01, 2009 02:54 AM
Ohhh.... the toggle wide screen works. It also works if I add a new portlet on the dashboard. So I guess the flash is not a problem here.
dhiraj Nov 01, 2009 07:35 AM
Yup, it's a URL issue then, there are some places in the code that we find it difficult to determine the current portal_url and we've directly started the URL from / so in these places the URL breaks. Got to fix these.

Regarding the port 8080 issue, the correct thing to do btw, is to continue running zope instance at 8080 and place a rewriting, reverse proxy in front. For an example of how to do this, just check out the cyn.in community edition appliance ( you could run it on VirtualBox or whatever ) and have a look at how the Apache HTTPD server is being used to rewrite the URLs to work on port 80.
 
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