Cannot download #186

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ekkis opened this Issue Sep 25, 2010 · 3 comments

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ekkis commented Sep 25, 2010

if I go to the page: http://flowplayer.org/tools/download/index.html and select Toolbox/Expose, clicking the Download Now button produces the error:

Not Found

The requested URL /tools/download/combine/1.2.5/jquery.tools.min.js was not found on this server.

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ches Mar 9, 2011

This was reported five months ago and downloading a custom set of tools is still broken. Any remark from the site maintainer?

ches commented Mar 9, 2011

This was reported five months ago and downloading a custom set of tools is still broken. Any remark from the site maintainer?

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ches Mar 9, 2011

Sorry, just saw this is a duplicate of #100 where a user has posted a workaround. Problem still exists for me as he reports on that ticket.

ches commented Mar 9, 2011

Sorry, just saw this is a duplicate of #100 where a user has posted a workaround. Problem still exists for me as he reports on that ticket.

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nelsonenzo Apr 8, 2011

Same problem. However, I was able to download the individual source files for the specific functionality I wanted from their github page: https://github.com/jquerytools/jquerytools/tree/master/src If you have git, you can clone the repository. If you don't have git, you can right click the files you want and include them in your html header like you do any other .js file.

Same problem. However, I was able to download the individual source files for the specific functionality I wanted from their github page: https://github.com/jquerytools/jquerytools/tree/master/src If you have git, you can clone the repository. If you don't have git, you can right click the files you want and include them in your html header like you do any other .js file.

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