_____/ On Tue 06 Dec 2005 06:09:43 GMT, [Mog] wrote : \_____
On Dec 5, 2005, at 10:34 PM, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
_____/ On Tue 06 Dec 2005 03:26:47 GMT, [Andy Skelton] wrote : \_____
On 12/5/05, Roy Schestowitz <wp-lowtraffic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
in Linux. I have highlighted the top panel to get the source,
which I hope
can help debugging (see below).
Thank you for that. Your source looks perfect and I can access your
icons from my browser. Can you access them from your browser? Have you
tried clearing your cache?
I do not have any idea what's causing your issue, as everything in
TinyMCE/WordPress is creating the correct output and the icons are
accessible over the web. What other troubleshooting can you do?
I have just done some tests and disabled extensions/hacks.
Removing CSS-based AdBlock (see small attachment, URL posted in previous
message) resolved the issue. It might be worth renaming the files
or at least
warn users about this collision. If a user was unaware of the collision
and could not have the TinyMCE panel displayed, that would be a deterrent.
Rather than warning, perhaps it is worth preventing?
Thanks, now I know why it didn't show up in Firefox as I had adblock
enabled. I was wondering if that was the cause. It worked perfectly
in Camino and what works in one usually works in the other.
_____/ On Tue 06 Dec 2005 03:25:23 GMT, [Andy Skelton] wrote : \_____
On 12/5/05, o°¤*(¯`°(#)(Ø(r)åñGêÐª¥s)(#)°´¯)*¤°o <shinigami@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
i have the same problem as Roy
That's too bad. Can you contribute anything else toward the resolution
of this issue?
I guess that makes (at least) 3 of us...
I have lined up the source code against userContent.css in order to
shows up because its path is different than most
in the above, notice the word "advanced" which vaguely resembles
"advertisement". If you change the path to, let us say:
The issue would be resolved altogether.