Inserting image with "Browse Server"
No further error message even with gpdebug set to true.
Permissions in this case:
It doesn't really matter, which permissions are set as long as not all permissions are set. Only seems to work, if all permissions are set. Tried this with different installations and php-versions (5.4, 5.6, 7.0) and different Browsers (Firefox, Chrome).
Looks like a bug with Typesetter. It affects any user without "All" permissions. Here are the changes that fix the problem
Sorry, the error message is still here, not like I wrote earlier. Don't know, how I can have overlooked it. That means, nothing has changed with the new files Users.php and Tools.php, still the same behavior like I wrote in my first and second post...
There isn't an option "Select Files" when I right-click on an image?
The key to the "Select Files" appears to be in your last screenshot. The popup you get when clicking on the "Browse Server" button isn't showing the right page. It appears to be showing the "Admin/Uploaded" page instead of the "Admin/Browser" page.
The top of the popup is cut off though and I can't see if the url for the popup is actually http://your-installation/Admin/Uploaded
The url of the popup, when the error message is shown, is http://my-installation/Admin/Browser?dir=%2Fimage&CKEditor=ExtraEditArea1&CKEditorFuncNum=0&langCode=en but it's showing the admin panel and not the file browser.
So, I've closed the error message (clicked on the "x") and cklicked on "Uploaded Files" to try, if I can insert the image despite the error message and then, the url is http://my-installation/Admin/Uploaded.
Sorry for the confusion; if the user has all permissions and I insert an image, there's also the option "Select Files". So nothing wrong with this.
Everything is working fine now after uncommenting line 355 :-)
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