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  • CKEditor icons disapeared after upgrade from 5.3.2 to 5.3.3

    Hello Support Team,

    I recently upgraded from vBulletin 5.3.2 to 5.3.3, and I just realized that the CKEdit icons disappeared from the post menu. I know it works in 5.3.3 because you guys have the forums updated and it works, it looks like this:

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    However, on my server, it looks like this:

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    I thought at first it was the theme, so I switched to one of the included themes, and I have the same issue, except more icons disappear. (Share photos, links, polls and events)
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    I am hoping to fix this easily without having to reinstall half my stuff.

    Regards,
    Matthew

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    Download a fresh copy of the files from the members area, and upload these to the server, taking care to overwrite what's already there.
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    • #3
      Ok, never mind. While doing some looking around, I found that the images didn;t upload properly. I had used FileZilla to upload, and it seems that this doesn't work too well. The images upload fine if I use scp, but for whatever reason, FTP always messes it up. So, I fixed the issue buy re-uploading the /js/ckeditor folder via scp instead and it works fine now. I will recheck this in a bit and see why it doesn;t detect the correct mode to upload (ascii vs binary).

      Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
      Download a fresh copy of the files from the members area, and upload these to the server, taking care to overwrite what's already there.
      I thought this too, but it would have failed again due to the above reason.

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