Site Problem - New Forum Topic - Theme is lost

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sleepytom1
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So starting a new thread is causing Drupal to display the page using the default "Garland" theme... Image and video hosting by TinyPic

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That was supposed to be a screen capture image to show the default theme http://i42.tinypic.com/r0yp74.png 

Neither a normal HTML img tag nor the insert image function in the rich text editor allow an image to be inserted. 

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Oh i'm using chrome on the mac if that matters (which it shouldn't really)

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nope posting from firefox doesn't allow the image function of the rich text editor to work either..

 

Tibor Noszkay
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 Can’t stay signed in!

 

At Forums I sign in, go to Chatter I’m signed out again so have to sigh in.  Click on a new thread and I need to sign in again.  Return to Chatter, have to sign in again. 

 

Must be something wrong somewhere!

Regards, Tibor

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Tibor,

Since no one else has mentioned this as a problem, I suspect it's a fault with your PC, possibly the cookie for this site that has been corrupted when saved by your web browser.

 

What browser are you using , including the version?

 

To check the version, click on the Help menu and choose About.

 

Bob

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bcrabtree wrote:

Tibor,

Since no one else has mentioned this as a problem, I suspect it's a fault with your PC, possibly the cookie for this site that has been corrupted when saved by your web browser.

 

What browser are you using , including the version?

 

To check the version, click on the Help menu and choose About.

 

Bob

 

Bob

 

You are of coarse 100% correct.  I use CookieWall to allow only the trusted ones on the system.  Somehow I had it both in the ‘delete automatically’  and ‘keep’  category.  I have now removed it from the former and all is well. 

Thanks for jogging my memory.

 

Tibor

Regards, Tibor

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@sleepytom1:

The UBB 'img" tags seem to work OK:

...although the new forum's fixed width clearly doesn't play nicely with images that are too wide!

Martin - DVdoctor in moderation. Everyone is entitled to my opinion.

Bob Aldis
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To get on at all I have had to change my password, the old one apparently being too simple. This is the first time that I have been able to get to individual forums for a while. Normally clicking on the forums doesn't work and because when it does work it is very slow I tend to start overclicking. Hope it settles down soon and if I dont reply it is because I cant get on.

Bob Aldis