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Started by lesmond, May 12, 2019, 07:45 AM

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lesmond

May 12, 2019, 07:45 AM Last Edit: May 12, 2019, 07:56 AM by lesmond
When I make a copy of the default theme, and look in index.css of that copy I get some some strange code appearing  in 2 places..notice the Â
.topic_pages::before {
 content: " «";
}
.topic_pages::after {
 content: " »"
}

and also this section..
.mvisible::before {
 content: "« ";
}
.mvisible::after {
 content: " »";
}

This seems to be very random, and is not in all copies I have made.

to test this, I downloaded a fresh copy of smf 2.1rc2 from GH and the downloaded index.css in default theme has the error, but when download from SMF it doesn't appear.

Having said that I have downloaded from SMF and the » error does appear in the copies :dontknow

I have attached a screen shot of the error has it appears on the page..

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LandyVlad

That is super weird alright.
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lurkalot

Strange.  I hadn't noticed this, but will look out for it from now on. ;)

lesmond

I noticed it doesn't happen here, but this is am edited default theme I believe.

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Bigguy

I have never seen that before.

SychO

That will be fixed in the next releases ;)

lesmond

Quote from: SychO on May 12, 2019, 11:45 AMThat will be fixed in the next releases ;)

OK good too know, has it been reported before?

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SychO

Quote from: lesmond on May 12, 2019, 11:46 AMOK good too know, has it been reported before?

not reported no, I noticed it sometime ago and posted a fix

Skhilled

That's because the code has:

»
...instead of the escape/ascii code. It's in a few places in the 2.1 coding.