Image store not working with Mac os Lion

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    I have set up a clients site on wordpress I am running Snow leopard, and all works fine. I went to see my client who is running Lion 10.7.3 on a brand new iMac, but when my client goes to import photos into a gallery on image store within wordpress the import/browse photos seems to upload and it looks like its doing something, but then nothing happens no images are uploaded, do you know of anyone who has had similar problems? or know a solution? All is fine on my system when I go into WordPress, but on my clients computer there is no “select files” button, just a box and browse.

    It is quite fundamental to the website that my client can upload photos and create galleries as she is a photographer and was counting on creating the galleries herself. The only other computer she has is an ipad, I have one as well and WordPress does odd things on the ipad too so thats no good.
    I installed Lion on my imac – myself to see if that was a the problem and sure enough the same thing happened to me wordpress was behaving oddly, but even worse , the buttons for upload images as in the attachment were all over the place!!

    Any help would be gratefully received.


    I have also heard from someone else, it may have something to do with flash upload, and the mac lion not having flash installed is there a solution?

    Xpark Media

    I am using lion (Lion 10.7.3) on my compter and I have not experience any problems. For the most part I am suing Chrome (17.0.963.56 ) and Firefox 10.0.2 and is all good with flash

    Who is your hosting?
    What is your flash version?
    What browser and version are u using?


    Thanks for your reply.
    My client tried the latest versions of Firefox and Safari.
    Hosting is
    Not sure about the flash version will have to get back to you.

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