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XF 1.4 Styles Error

#1


As you can see the images next to the subforum's are not appearing. The only way I can fix this is by copying everything in the xenforo style folder into the default style folder. Is there anyway to set the path for these?
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#2
Presumably you are using a custom folder for your style?

If so, you can set the path to that in the SPs:

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#3
Ive set this, it updates all images but not the images next to the sub forum, those only work when in the default directory. How are you supposed to use the style directory? Currently I have 3 subfolders in it and nothing else.
 
#5
Ahh thats where you set the path, thank you! Now im also having this error..

As you can see the buttons for the text editor are not shown, where can I set the path to this?
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#7
All you need to do when manually adding a new style is to create the folder on the server, copy all of the files from the default style folder, create the style in the ACP, set the image path.

All other paths are relative so work out of the box.
 
#8
Can you give me an example of what Editor Toolbar Button settins are supposed to look like? I think ive messed them up. Everything else is working right
 
#12
All you need to do when manually adding a new style is to create the folder on the server, copy all of the files from the default style folder, create the style in the ACP, set the image path.

All other paths are relative so work out of the box.
Ive done exactly this and it will not work
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#13
You're using a third party style so you may need to contact the designer if those steps don't work.

Looks like you are still using the default style directory and the images don't exist.

upload_2015-2-21_20-37-24.png

You have a double /xenforo/xenforo/ in the path too for some reason.
 
#14
You're using a third party style so you may need to contact the designer if those steps don't work.
I found a very strange fix.. Set the ImagePath variable to styles/default instead of styles/default/xenforo then go into the text editor images and remove the xenforo/ after @imagepath
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#17
All you need to do when manually adding a new style is to create the folder on the server, copy all of the files from the default style folder, create the style in the ACP, set the image path.

All other paths are relative so work out of the box.