Insert link to page with TinyMCE content block not working

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Insert link to page from the content block is not working for me. It generates a link like this (Concrete5 version 5.5.2):

http://www.mydomain.de/concrete5//concrete5/index.php?cID=122...

I can't figure out why this happens. I already tried to modify my site config in site.php without of success:

define('BASE_URL', 'http://www.mydomain.de');
define('DIR_REL', '/concrete5');

Any Ideas?

Mireck78
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DecoArt replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
DecoArt
Hello Mireck
i found yesterday this problem i wrote in bug section, because this is a bug.
Today was resolved, look at thishttps://github.com/concrete5/concrete5/commit/1b4a6c767fa08cf7949145...

Have a nice day!
Bye
Mireck78 replied on at Permalink Reply
Mireck78
Thanks a lot!
DecoArt replied on at Permalink Reply
DecoArt
You're welcome! :)
Saxafrass replied on at Permalink Reply
I'm not seeing the file it tells you to update?

web/concrete/js/ccm_app/tinymce_integration.js
Mireck78 replied on at Permalink Reply
Mireck78
The same for me.

I have replaced the file concrete/js/ccm.app.js with the lates version from github and added the new file concrete/js/ccm_app/tinymce_integration.js. But I have still the same bug with the function "Insert Link to Page" from within the content block tinyMCE editor.

Any Suggestions?
weyboat replied on at Permalink Reply
weyboat
Did you put them in root/updates/concrete5.5.2/concrete/js/ or did you put them in the folder as per your post?
Mireck78 replied on at Permalink Reply
Mireck78
I replaced the files directly without using the update folder
weyboat replied on at Permalink Reply
weyboat
Do you have any folders in your updates folder?
weyboat replied on at Permalink Reply
weyboat
You need to download the latest Concrete5.2.2 fromhttps://github.com/concrete5/concrete5/downloads...
when you extract the zipped file you will find a folder called web, that's where you will find the new files

Make sure you replace the ones in your corresponding root/updates/concrete5.2.2/concrete/js/ccm_app/ folder..
globalnerds replied on at Permalink Reply
globalnerds
I am running 5.5.0 and I am getting the same error. I also do not have a web directory.

What do I do?
alphaplus replied on at Permalink Reply
alphaplus
Got same issue here with 5.5.2.
Did you found a solution?
apc123 replied on at Permalink Reply
apc123
I'm having the same problem with 5.6.1.2

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