File Manager - upload broken


I have a broken file manager on one website and can't find why.
Apparently, it's a JS error.
The navigator can't download correctly /ccm/assets/localization/jquery/ui/js
When i look a the received file on dev tools, I have only this :
/* jQueryUI: no translations for e

here's the complete error from dev tools :
[Error] SyntaxError: Multiline comment was not closed properly
(anonymous function) (js:1)
[Error] ReferenceError: Can't find variable: ccmi18n_tourist
(anonymous function) (app.js:5:17830)
(anonymous function) (app.js:5:21062)
Global Code (app.js:5:31431)
[Error] ReferenceError: Can't find variable: ccmi18n
setupResetButton (app.js:4:13735)
updateResults (app.js:4:17634)
updateResults (4514fe7c8b3cddc767a9f10a8d4a07f33bc23164.js:5:10095)
c (app.js:4:13546)
c (4514fe7c8b3cddc767a9f10a8d4a07f33bc23164.js:5:603)
(anonymous function) (4514fe7c8b3cddc767a9f10a8d4a07f33bc23164.js:5:13695)
each (jquery.js:2:2886)
(anonymous function) (search:874:95)
i (jquery.js:2:27455)
fireWith (jquery.js:2:28215)
ready (jquery.js:2:30018)
K (jquery.js:2:30374)
[Error] Failed to load resource: The operation couldn’t be completed. (kCFErrorDomainCFNetwork error 303.)

Could you help me look in the right direction ?
I already installed the last version of concrete, cleared the cache, checked the permissions...
Thanks !

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francismourey replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
It appears it's a MacOS issue. Working fine if I access my website from a Linux computer.
So nothing to do with Concrete5.