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  • Wayne Luke
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    He asked if there was a fix.

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  • Sworm1
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    Is it possible to write in english so all can understand?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by UOM View Post
    Gibt es bereits eine Lösung?
    No...Do not use that page.

    The page is obsolete and isn't a tool you should use.

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  • UOM
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    Gibt es bereits eine Lösung?

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  • Mark.B
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    The page it appears on it not used in vB4 so the error is unlikely to be fixed.
    If you want to edit those templates, just use the normal template editor.

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  • Sworm1
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    This problem it was fixed? I have it on a fresh installation of vb 4.2.0 pl3.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You should edit the additional.css template directly. Even if you could access the page, any edits made on it or anything added to the additional CSS boxes would have no effect. The MAIN CSS Page is not used in vBulletin 4.X. It was only left in the system as a courtesy so that you can reference the values and move them to the appropriate stylevars. In later versions of vBulletin 4.X, that isn't even necessary since we added a Style Mapper that does it for you.

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  • E0N
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    Im trying to add a string to Additional CSS Definitions, but I cant save it. Dont know if its because of the warning or not.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Yes, later posts have said this is a known issue. It is doubtful that it will get fixed soon as the pages it appears on are not relevant. We'd more than likely just pull the pages out of the system.

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  • E0N
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    I did that. Still get the warning.
    Last edited by E0N; Mon 17th Sep '12, 4:11pm.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by E0N View Post
    At wich line do I put that?
    On any line after the <?php

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  • E0N
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Put your software in Debug Mode - https://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/debug_mode

    To do this, you need to edit your config.php file and add the following line:
    $config['Misc']['debug'] = true;

    Then go into the Admin CP. Near the top under Settings a new menu should appear called Rebuild. Open it and use it to Rebuild Your Styles. Does this fix your problem?
    At what line do I put that?
    Last edited by E0N; Mon 17th Sep '12, 3:04pm.

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by Penicillin View Post
    I have same problem in 4.2.0
    There are manual fixes listed in the thread, you can try those (at your own risk obviously).

    Other than that, the error doesn't actually do any harm and isn't visible to end users. It also mainly occurs on unused pages anyhow. So I wouldn't worry about it.

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  • Penicillin
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    I have same problem in 4.2.0

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  • Matthew Gordon
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    As far as I know, the "Toolbar Menu Options" are only available on css.php and hasn't been duplicated anywhere. That said, even then the error is just an annoyance and not a show stopper.

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