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v9.0.37

Greetings!

I recently upraded one of my ocP sites from v9.0.9 to 9.0.37 on Chris' recommendation, in order to align with my server's PHP version update. Mostly hitch-free, apart from two or three peculiarities, which I'll specify in separate topics. 

The first odd outcome is that many of the text editor's Toolbar icons are now displaying in a scrambled order, i.e., are not correctly aligned with their respective commands. The screenshot below shows what I'm getting (and for illustration, the (correctly positioned) "Superscript" tooltip displaying while hovering on the misplaced "Cut" icon.)

Would anyone be able to advise me how to rectify this, please? (I'm assuming it's an issue in the editor's php files).

Thanks for reading!

Richard.
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Many thanks indeed, Chris - your advice was spot on! 
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