Youtube block acting weird

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I am using the built-in youtube block. When I try to edit it, I get this error:

Warning: include(foo/blocks/youtube/form_setup_html.php) [function.include]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in foo/concrete/blocks/youtube/edit.php on line 6


Warning: include() [function.include]: Failed opening 'foo/blocks/youtube/form_setup_html.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php:/usr/local/php5/lib/pear:foo/libraries/3rdparty:foo/concrete/config/../libraries/3rdparty') in foo/concrete/blocks/youtube/edit.php on line 6


I can edit all other blocks just fine.

Both edit.php and form_setup_html.php exist. so, uh, what's up?

lisbokt
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triplei replied on at Permalink Reply
triplei
Are you creating your own template for the youtube block? If I remember right, that one is set up a bit differently and I ended up copying over a bunch of the files from the /concrete/blocks/youtube/ directory into the /blocks/youtube/ directory to get things working properly.

Let me know if that helps / makes sense.
lisbokt replied on at Permalink Reply
lisbokt
Hmm, I tried this -- I copied over all of the files (in various combination and collectively) and I'm getting the same error.
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
please make sure all files were uploaded correctly, just re upload the /concrete directory of the same version
lisbokt replied on at Permalink Reply
lisbokt
Should it still be in the template folder? I have noticed that now I have a whole list of choices for the custom template, it lists the file name of every file in the template directory.