By using Drupalgap i create an article and attach/upload an image to that article. Image of name:
myimage.jpg has the actual absolute path in website:
View(and also in
Edit) menu tab inside Drupalgap the image seems to be broken. By debugging i get that in the View it tries to show an image with absolute path of
http://www.example.com/sites/default/files/styles/medium/public/myimage.jpg which doesn't exist. What exists in that specific folder is a renamed clone of my image with absolute path
To make things weirder, yesterday's articles created with the same method, which appeared also to be broken yesterday, today are shown just fine. Just fine means that the link of the image being shown points to the correct cloned image:
?q=drupalgap/node/55.json is today's article
json with broken links
?q=drupalgap/node/53.json is yesterdays's article
json which shows image as expected.
200 OK response.
In the 2nd json references the image
and the 1st as
Default Display in site uses
Large image style and Drupalgap display uses
Medium image style for the article node.
I have to mention that the same warning as the issue 776 appears to my log file.
WARNING: drupalgap_remove_page_from_dom() - not removing the current page (node_add_article) from the DOM!
Maybe medium style is not created as per need of my mobile's request.
I installed the imageinfo_cache module and now (confirmed after 3 newly created articles nodes with images) images are not broken in the
View menu tab in Drupalgap. But in the
Edit menu tab is still broken.