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$block_array += array( 'EXIF_DATE' => $exif_date, 'EXIF_FOCAL' => $exif_focal, 'EXIF_EXPOSURE' => $exif_exposure, 'EXIF_APERTURE' => $exif_aperture, 'EXIF_ISO' => $exif_iso, 'EXIF_FLASH' => $exif_flash, 'WHITEB' => $exif_whitebalance, 'CAM_MODEL' => $exif_model, 'S_EXIF_DATA' => true,
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$block_array += array( 'EXIF_DATE' => htmlspecialchars($exif_date), 'EXIF_FOCAL' => htmlspecialchars($exif_focal), 'EXIF_EXPOSURE' => htmlspecialchars($exif_exposure), 'EXIF_APERTURE' => htmlspecialchars($exif_aperture), 'EXIF_ISO' => htmlspecialchars($exif_iso), 'EXIF_FLASH' => htmlspecialchars($exif_flash), 'WHITEB' => htmlspecialchars($exif_whitebalance), 'CAM_MODEL' => htmlspecialchars($exif_model), 'S_EXIF_DATA' => true,
If set to NO then the upload is ok and my proof of concept works.The upload was rejected because the uploaded file was identified as a possible attack vector.
There is current already a version of your Modification in the queue, submitted at Sun 03.08.2008 08:50, and the Modification team has already looked at your Modification. To prevent you submit updates while we already did the validation you cant submit an update.
I updated the newest version, but the problem still exists on one specific picture (untill now) - the rest works fine.nickvergessen wrote:I'll change it.updown wrote:I made an '@'-"solution" again before $timestamp
but, what's your limit about mktime? It works fine for me!
hm, now when you told it, this may be.updown wrote:is this theory possible?
The focal length has indead been mentioned in this topic.*Capmaster* wrote:Nice mod. I did have to change "Focus Length" to "Focal Length" in the language php file. Focus and focal are two different animals
Right now I'm looking at a way to add a radio button for the UCP display options to turn it off, for users who don't give a whit about EXIF data. Otherwise it just makes the posts too lengthy.
I'm also looking at a way to modify it to appear only in certain forums. We have a still photography forum where it would be appropriate, but not necessarily in the busy general discussion forums.