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elemis says

As of this morning we see some weird results too :D

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elemis says

We were using 2.2 as well but when we check our themes on PCs (3 different) they look much lighter than they look on Macs. That’s why we were worried.

It is kind of a relief knowing everyone agree on using 2.2. Thank you all for answering.

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elemis says

Hi,

Earlier versions of Mac OS used to have gamma 1.8. But since Snow Leopard gamma 2.2 comes as default. Which do you think is the right gamma value to use (especially for designing themes)? Or do anyone you guys have a custom color profile you prefer to use?

When using gamma 2.2 on Mac some dark themes look much darker than they appear on PC monitor and laptops.

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elemis says

Works great on Firefox :D This is what we were looking for! Thank you for sharing.

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elemis says

We are 26 (Cemi) and 29 (Vovo) years old :)

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elemis says


We have the same issue and we cannot figure out the reason. It was showing up a few days ago. Today it doesn’t. We’re not using WPMU . Does anyone have an idea on how this can be solved? Thanks in advance.
Try to activate twentyten and then reactivate your theme.

Thank you. We have tried that but it didn’t help. Turns out the reason is the columns we added for custom post type in the editor. They somehow broke the functions.

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We have the same issue and we cannot figure out the reason. It was showing up a few days ago. Today it doesn’t. We’re not using WPMU . Does anyone have an idea on how this can be solved? Thanks in advance.

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elemis says

anytime elemis. Did you managed to solve your issue?

We’ve tried all three of them but couldn’t make it work…

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elemis says

hi!

another method i think of is using the jquery detach() function.

For example something like this to remove the iframe from the DOM :

$(’.media iframe’).detach();

if you can give your sfw holder an id or class i think it would be much easier for you to use this function .

more details about detach can be found here :

http://api.jquery.com/detach/

[EDIT]

Another idea is to use remove() and clone()

something like this:

var sfw = $(’#YourSfwContainer’).clone(true); $(’#YourSfwContainer’).remove(); $(’#selector’).html(sfw);

Thank you so much for your help :)

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