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I've been using the Quick Submit Plugin to quickly upload back issues. I seem to have a problem where the resulting articles have galley files, but their labels are "Untitled" and File Type is listed as "0", instead of automatically being recognized as PDF's with file type: application/pdf.
I've tried renaming the labels to "PDF" so that it appears better on Tables of Contents, but then clicking on the link simply leads to a direct download and not the pdf viewer of OJS.
Is their a configuration or setting i'm missing so that Quick Submit automatically recognizes my pdfs as such?
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Upgrade to 2.4.2 and if you still see same error, then do the following
1. Go to the Issue (if you have already published it)
2. Then go to articles
3. go to "Editing"
4. Click "edit" in Galley Format
5. There you change "PDF from "Untitled"
At least this will serve to some extent to show link to PDF instead of Untitled, it will download PDF instantly without view.
Hope it is helpful.
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