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Hi All,

Just upgraded a site to 2.3.2 in localhost and JIT seems to have stopped working. All my image files are still available by directly entering their URLs but when I try to use JIT they're not being generated.

If I try the JIT URL in FF I just get a blank white screen, looking for the images in the site in Firebug "Failed to load given URL".

The non-upgraded site shows the image when I do this.

I'm not sure what's up with it but I assume JIT just isn't doing its thing.

I also tried re-saving an entry with an image in it but that doesn't seem to help.

This was an upgrade from 2.3.1 to 2.3.2 using the symphony installer/update option in the backend. I only just tried it but everything else in the site seems to be fine.

Has anyone any idea what's happened?

All the best,


Have also noticed problems with JIT in the latest release. The JIT-redirect was missing from the .htaccess-file. Try uninstalling and reinstalling the JIT-extension. That readded the missing parts and solved the problem for me.

Thanks for posting but that doesn't seem to have fixed it for me, there's already a JIT rewrite in the htaccess. I'll try re-installing JIT from the slightly newer version that seems to be on Git.

My current rewrite looks like this:

RewriteRule ^image/(.+.(jpg|gif|jpeg|png|bmp))$ extensions/jit_image_manipulation/lib/image.php?param=$1 [L,NC]

I updated JIT to 1.18 master from Git.

What I have found is that the 2.3.2 installer that I grabbed from the downloads page of this site seems to have an empty folder for the JIT extension so when I thought I was replacing files and overwriting my old JIT extension to upgrade to 2.3.2 I must have been keeping my old JIT which I guess was not 2.3.2 compatible.

I'll just download the installer again to double-check that's the case.

Yeah, the folder


Of the current 2.3.2 install from the downloads page is empty.

Good grief, I mean symphony-2-2.3.2 - slash - extensions -slash - jitimagemanipulation

Can't seem to enter the slashes here...

Thanks for posting but that doesn't seem to have fixed it for me, there's already a JIT rewrite in the htaccess.

Maybe I just messed something up with my local setup then. Wasn't sure, that's why I didn't report it as an issue yet.

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