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twhiting9275

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Ok, so I'm running into a problem when updating themes from 1.4 to 1.4.1, and thought maybe I could get a little help here Wink

When updating these themes, all is well. I've copied the navbar setup, added the css for the table-less setup, etc:
When using the site WITHOUT the advanced editor (ie: it's set to false), everything is fine, the site looks exactly as it should.
The problem comes when I turn the advanced editor ON (ie: it's set to true in config).
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, well, take a look at these screenshots to see what I'm talking about here
]With the editor
]Without the editor

It seems that (somehow) there is a CSS class for the editor alone that's either missing or I can't seem to find it for the life of me.
This isn't just in IE, it's also in Firefox, every theme, not just TD.

Curious as to what I could be missing here, or is this (maybe) a bug somehow?
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Blaine

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A picture may be worth a 1000 words but it would help to explain or point out the issue otherwise its a bit like trying to find Waldo.
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twhiting9275

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The problem is as I described.
When the advanced editor is turned on (in the config), all of the themes act as if they have no style associated with links
All links revert to basic link styles (underlined, blue, etc)
When the advanced editor is turned OFF (again, in the config), all of the themes act as they should, the style responds normally, as it's told to by the theme css itself.


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Likely a conflict with the fckeditor css, view your page source to see the location. Do you see the same issue when the default professional theme is used - is this all browsers?
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twhiting9275

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It's not in the professional theme from what I'm seeing, no.
It IS in every other theme, however, again, from what I'm seeing
Does it happen in every browser? In the two that I've tested (IE and FF), yes, the response is the same
Going through the css for fckeditor, I haven't noticed any overrides for a:, link, hover, etc

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