I guess that was temporary…
The issue has reemerged. I’ve made sure my about:config settings allow custom fonts, the advanced content settings in Firefox have been double checked to allow custom fonts to download. I’ve tried it with a clean profile both on this computer and another. I’ve disabled all extensions and nothing seems to work. It appears only webkit enabled browsers show it correctly. This is Firefox 27.
Edit: It appears Ruben was having issues a few months ago like I am on FF 25. Not sure if he’s still experiencing the same issues.http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/marketplace-broken-icons-in-firefox/113135
Edit 2: And now they’re back. This is really, really, really strange. They go away for a few hours then come back.
This issue is now resolved. I had a rogue extension causing rendering issues. Thank you for your help, JoomFX.
No luck with that. I clear out my cache daily, and just did against twice just in case.
I would like to address an issue I’ve spotted in Firefox versions 25-27 where the glyph font icons are showing up as code instead of the icon. Browsers such as Opera, Safari or Chrome are showing them correctly. IE is not showing them at all, but as it’s IE, it’s to be expected.
I’ve noticed changes with the Envato network these past few months. I welcome these changes with open arms. I really love how everything is more centralized than it was before.
Anyone mind ID’ing a song for me?
Contact their support. They’re really helpful. I spoke to a dev from the company a few weeks ago and a thorough refresh is in the works for their documentation.
It’s 3:20 AM where I live and I’m very hungry. I’m thinking of staying up until 7 AM and then making some strapatsada, eat it and go to bed. I don’t want my flat smelling like garlic, egg and tomato at this hour. I’m also out of saltine crackers. Truly a first world problem.
If the themes in question have been built on a framework like Boostrap, LESS, Skeleton, Foundation, Gumby, Compass, etc. they’re all going to start resembling one another since the grunt work of positioning and CSS style has already been done.