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I got this error when I finished installed the icon pack.
Please help me with this..
Thank you so much!!!


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Hello RaiN!

I recently got the same problem after reinstalling a backup on one of my test sites. It seems that installing the icon pack did not create the "codename" for some images.

I've solved the problem by using the "manage images" in the "Manage Themes", and adding the missing images manually.
One of your missing image code is (menu_item/email-1), so type this on the Codename line and upload the missing image from your icon pack. If you can use an ftp and navigate to your site, you will probably find these icons somewhere here: /themes/default/images/…, but it might be easier to upload the missing ones as explained.

Look at these pictures for clues if you do not understand.
Someone else may have a different way of fixing this, but it worked for me.;)





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Thanks Islander-aua for explaining that.

This was a flat out bug in the addon that affected certain servers. I have now fixed it and updated the addon file.


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Thank you so much for helping me..

Do you know how to put ads in the forum after the post?
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I think our banners tutorial will explain roughly the tech involved there.


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