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acp option edit link gone

#1
I have a really strange problem.

i have 2 boards
1. local dev board
2. testinstallation on our testserver

both are in debug mode and non of our add-ons is changing the options behaviour.

on the first one, i can see the edit links and on the other not and i have no idea why

without edit links: gone2.PNG

with edit links: links here.PNG
 

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Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#3
Is it perhaps just the icon which is missing from the directory?

Has this just started or has it always been like this?

I've moved the thread to troubleshooting until it has been determined as being a valid bug.
 
#4
it's a local problem with my computer:(
links should be:
http://xen01.xxx.org/styles/default/xenforo/widgets/edit-sprite.png

but for me it's:
http://xen01.xxx.org/admin.php?_css/styles/default/xenforo/widgets/edit-sprite.png

on localhost i don't have this problem, but it's happening in all online boards and ONLY in the acp.
All the frontend background image links are working, but the acp css background image have a admin.php?_css prefix

Code:
a:focus{color:#6d3f03;background:#fff4e5 url('http://ragtek.org/xenforo/admin.php?_css/styles/default/xenforo/gradients/category-23px-light.png')
that's happening in all browsers i tested (ie8 (so it's non greasemonkey script problem), firefox)

i need to check my local firewall, the router firewall can't have a problem, because it's working fine for the other workers here!
really really strange, i think this will be a long day in the office:(
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#5
I've been racking my brains trying to think what would cause this for your computer only (on multiple browsers), but I've come up blank.

Is it still happening for you?
Or did you manage to resolve it?
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#8
Interesting.
Thanks for that ragtek.

I assumed you were all on the same ISP, based on the previous post by ajnos stating "i need to check my local firewall, the router firewall can't have a problem, because it's working fine for the other workers here!".
 
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ragtek

Guest
#9
Interesting.
Thanks for that ragtek.

I assumed you were all on the same ISP, based on the previous post by ajnos stating "i need to check my local firewall, the router firewall can't have a problem, because it's working fine for the other workers here!".
Yea, till yet he didn't knew that we were stingy?? as we moved to our new office^^

Nevermind, problem located but not fixed, even everything else is working fine and it's a extremely cheep way, it's maybe time to stop being stingy and to get an real internet access:D