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1/3/2017 12:01 PM
 

Trying to upload and link to a pdf using page manager with the document being stored in a sub folder off of root folder.

Drag and drop always drops document into the root folder.

Browse file system lets me see the folder but doesn't give an option to upload a new document.

This has always worked prior to 9.0. 

Any ideas?

Running 9.0, logged on as host, using Porto skin.

Thanks!

 

Michael

 
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1/3/2017 2:40 PM
 
I ran into the same thing the other day, haven't found out how to do this through the upload tools yet.

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