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TOPIC: "Preview" disappears after access rights setting

"Preview" disappears after access rights setting 5 years 4 months ago #36712

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I installed the RSFiles, make all settings and uploaded the first folders and files directly.

All images and PDF's had the "Preview" possiblity. I am not sure when it happens but I believe it occurred when I set the rights to the main (and all subfolders) for groups. Afterwards the "Preview" function disappeared. I get it back of course when I go into single file settings. But this is a mess (too much files).

Is there a way to get the "Preview" back for all files on the fly, as general setting, per script, ... ?

My settings: RSFiles 1.16.1, Joomla 3.6.5, PHP 7.0.15, MySQL 5.6, IIS 7.5
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"Preview" disappears after access rights setting 5 years 4 months ago #36713

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I fixed this in dtabase directly using PHPMyAdmin with matching SQL scripts.
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"Preview" disappears after access rights setting 1 year 6 months ago #40944

It seems this issue is still happening. I set access rights on a number of categories and after doing so, the preview icon disappeared. Each document has to be individually set to show the preview. This seems like a strange behavior. With over 300 documents uploaded, I too will have to fix in the database.

Any tips on how to do it would be great. I'm sort of familiar with PHPmyAdmin, but not fully confident.
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