Hi,
after upgrading to 7.20, looks like the image field in articles is not working properly - images are not displayed after upload.
anyone else has this problem? what's the solution7
thanks in advance

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Yes, I am having this same problem. Uploading images worked fine for me before I upgraded (from 7.18 to 7.20). Now, I can upload an image, but the image doesn't appear, and when I try to view the URL I get an "access denied" message.

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rolled back to 7.19. everything is back to normal :)

The site logo appears fine.

I went to add an image to the default content type "Article". I added the image. The image doesn't appear in the article. In terminal I checked that files exist and that the download of the image was saved. Just appears that the image just doesn't show when viewed through a browser. Trying to reboot although the server doesn't appear to be the problem....

I'll let you know if I come up to a solution.

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What OS is everyone using? Me - Ubuntu 12.04LTS with Virtualmin as administration for server.

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.htaccess files are hidden so you may need to go to your terminal and use something like ls -la command.

1. The .htaccess files in drupal appear to not work very well with my server. I changed the .htaccess file in the main drupal installation and in the sites/default/files folder. The change is this

Change
+FollowSymLinks
to
+SymLinksIfOwnerMatch

After I did that and cleared cache (admin menu look for configuration then performance then clear cache) my image appeared at the bottom of my article. There is my solution.

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tried this - no change :(

disabling the CDN module solved the issue in my case

I had no CDN module.
I wonder if it made a path that had a .htaccess file in it?

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