I can confirm this on a freshly installed version of D7.17 with Media 7.x-2.0-unstable6.
I just created some test fields image/file and Multimedia asset using the 'Media file selector' widget. The file pop-up is blank just like in Ben's attachment.
[Edit] I am not using this with WYSIWYG and I still get the error.
I can see there is an internal server 500 when loading this image?
can someone check apache/php logs and let us now what this is?
I can't replicate, but restoring backup and applying update again I had several different malfunctions to the popup.
Now popup works, I can upload new media, but when I submit the new media popup is blocked and image is not shown anywhere in the website, but in the file's folder.
Submitting existing media is the same, popup remains blocked and no way to get to the record.
@byvalentino it looks like you're using your site's default theme inside of the media browser. Is that the case and if you configure the media browser to use the default Seven admin theme do your problems go away?
thanks for help.
If I choose "seven" as admin theme I see no differences.
By the way, in a previous state of the website, with drupal 7.15 and before updating other modules (I don't remeber which ones), media was properly working with my custom theme.
Thus I've tried to go back to a previous backup with drupal 7.15 core, Media 7.x-2.0-unstable6, File entity 7.x-2.0-unstable6.
Then updated both modules to unstable 7 (keeping drupal 7.15).
The result is even worst as clicking on "select media" triggers an infinite loop.
Same behavior experienced with drupal 7.17.
Drupal 7.15 before updating the following packages, media dialog works.
Now I will start updating and see what happens.
Content Construction Kit (CCK) 7.x-2.x-dev
Drupal for Facebook 7.x-3.3-beta3
File entity (fieldable files) 7.x-2.0-unstable6
GMap Module 7.x-1.x-dev
Google Analytics 7.x-1.2
Meta tags 7.x-1.0-alpha8
Voting API 7.x-2.6
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I'm not able to reproduce this by upgrading an existing site to the latest alpha or -dev releases of Media and File Entity.
Please feel free to reopen this issue if you are still experiencing this problem.
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