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I'm getting a 404 on domain.com/keymap.htm. I can't find such a file although I do find /comcode_custom/comcode/EN/keymap.txt which appears to contain the information that I recall seeing in the keymap. Is this the file that generates the keymap?

I think I disabled the keymap but even the admin account gets a 404. Where is keycap.htm supposed to be? Where is the setting to disable it, if one exists?

If it is disabled, shouldn't the error be a 401 rather than a 404?

Thanks for any help.

Bob
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/comcode_custom/comcode/EN/keymap.txt
should be
/comcode/EN/keymap.txt


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So should I just move or copy the file to the ?comcode/ directory? I don't recall ever making any reference in any template to this file.

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I don't know how the file was at the path you posted, or if you just made a typo.

But the path I posted is correct.

This is a default page.


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Chris-

Looks like the /comcode directory got moved into the /comcode_custom directory. I just moved it back. I was getting 404s on panel_top starting yesterday so this should fix that as well.

Not sure how it happened because I sure don't remember doing it but maybe I did it accidentally working late the other night.

Thanks for your help.

Bob
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