[ZendTo] Re: Notification if files largen then 2GB will be uploaded IE

Giesinger William William.Giesinger at doppelmayr.com
Thu Feb 28 13:31:28 GMT 2013

Thanks for the clarification. I just tested it with IE10 and it also tell me that the file I'm trying to upload is to big in advance.


Von: zendto-bounces at zend.to [mailto:zendto-bounces at zend.to] Im Auftrag von Jules
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 28. Februar 2013 13:59
An: ZendTo Users
Betreff: [ZendTo] Re: Notification if files largen then 2GB will be uploaded IE

Unfortunately Chrome is the only web browser that implements the relevant part of the HTML5 standard that is required to measure the size of files before they are uploaded. No-one else yet implements that API, sorry. As soon as they do start implementing it, ZendTo will use it, but no-one else does.

On 28/02/2013 12:47, Giesinger William wrote:

I understand that some browsers simply cannot upload files larger then 2GB like Internet Explorer 8 or 9 in the 32-bit edition.
My problem though is that when I'm trying to upload files that big with such e.g. IE8 I do not get a notification telling me that the file is too big. On chrome for example, I do get a notification. Is there a way I can enable it for all browsers?




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