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    goodweather
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    Hi,
    tried uploading my 5MB panel file (DSI Pro2 Ctrlr panel v1.4.zip) but it doesn’t work.
    Upload limited to 2MB?
    HTTP error when loading a smaller zip file not containing the documentation

    This was working fine in March 2017…

    Thx for some advice/help!

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    Puppeteer
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    Goodweather, if you need somewhere to host it long term (or even until the issue is resolved here), please let me know via PM. You could supply a link to the file similar to what I did with the PC3 panel.

    The Puppeteer
    http://godlike.com.au

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    goodweather
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    Thx man. Yep I know I can use a public OneDrive link but I of course prefer to do as before with everything in Ctrlr.
    I contacted atom and he will check what the issue is.

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    Possemo
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    I am using Google Drive. Very reliable and lots of space for free. When you would publish a panel “the way it was meant” you would make instances for standalone/vst/au for every OS (Mac, Win, Linux). Instances are quite big. Mac instances for example are several dozens of mb’s. I still haven’t found the time to make instances out of my panels. I had big problems with the savestate feature. Working well with .bpanelz but being unpredictable with .exe and other instances.

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    dasfaker
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    I have the same problem. The max file size allowed now is 16 Mb, but I’m trying to upload a zip file less than 10 Mb and get the HTTP error.

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