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Imar,

I have not try your hint yet but it occurs to me that the uploading is not the issue.
Problem is showing of the images in edited content, I am looking for the way to change the url's which are written to the content when the pictures are uploaded.

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I don't understand what you mean. Can you elaborate?

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Somehow when I upload the pictures in content which is loaded into FCKEditor I can not see the pictures. The upload goes right, pictures are showing in uploading forms i can do the resize all is well untill I finnally go back to my content in FCKEditor just to see that the images are not there.

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Take a look at the resulting HTML in the browser? How are the images referenced? Does the path to the images exist on the server, either physical or virtual?

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hey people;
Having a minor problem in asp.net...when i use the fckeditor to upload images to files or database.....i am not able to see the preview of the image...but still i can see its name and it gets stored on the file...needed some urgent help on this....i guess the problem is in the following code
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    <add key="FCKeditor:UserFilesPath" value="~/UserFiles/" />
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the above code always displays a "~" sign before the images...so cant see it..plz if anyone could help

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i know that seems old now, but thanks for the editor, i didn't know about it

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