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Typo3 Quixplorer Typo3 Quixplorer
t3quixplorer / stable

This extension introduces Quixplorer! A backend module that makes you capable of exploring the files and folders of your entire webserver. Browse directories. View and edit ascii files. Create, copy, move, delete, archive files and directories. Download a

Last upload comment

New bugfix release. Numerous bugs have been resolved. Credits goes to Stefan Frmken for his great work.

Downloads by version

Author
Mads Brunn
Last update
15. Apr 2010
First upload
04. Aug 2005
Downloads
38,510
Category
Backend Modules
Dependencies
  • TYPO3 (3.6.4)
Manual
Extension Manual

Installation

  1. Download ZIP file
  2. Log into your TYPO3 backend
  3. Go to Extension Manager module
  4. Press the upload button on the top bar
  5. Select the ZIP file and upload it. If you want to overwrite an existing extension installation, activate the checkbox.
  1. Download T3X file
  2. Log into your TYPO3 backend
  3. Go to Extension Manager module
  4. Press the upload button on the top bar
  5. Select the T3X file and upload it. If you want to overwrite an existing extension installation, activate the checkbox.

Version history

Version Upload comment Works with TYPO3 Download
1.7.2 / stable
April 15, 2010
New bugfix release. Numerous bugs have been resolved. Credits goes to Stefan Frmken for his great work. 3.6.4
1.7.1 / stable
February 17, 2010
security fix, please upgrade
1.7.0 / stable
February 09, 2007
Lots of bugfixes and new features. See changelog.txt for details.
1.6.0 / stable
September 21, 2005
[] Fixed a bug that causes Quixplorer to display an error if the current folder contains non-readable elements. Thanks to Dimitrij Denissenko for providing the solution [] You can now type the path you want to go to instead of clicking your way through 3.6.4 - 0.0.2
1.5.0 / stable
August 08, 2005
IMPORTANT UPDATE. Corrects some serious bugs. Please upgrade to this version if you already installed a previous version of Quixplorer! Additional changes: (1) Its no longer nescessary to set the home_dir. The extension works out of the box! (2) Editab