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Thanks for bringing it to my attention CliffordP.

 

I have some pending updates that have yet to be released.  I'll double check these things but it should all be taken care of.  Stay tuned for the update.

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Sidekick 1.2.3 has been released which resolves the icon issues as well as adds some new functionality.  As I understand there are a few more issues with the expand/collapse buttons not working properly, is that correct?

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CliffordP,

 

I tried to replicate your issue there but so far have not been able to.

 

I have sidekick 1.2.3 installed on DMS 2.1.6.1 here.

 

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Can you test this with all other plugins deactivated?

 

Please try again and let me know if there are any other factors I can use to try to replicate this. 

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Tried it on a fresh install and it DOES work in the TEMPLATE area, and it DOES NOT work in the FOOTER area. I did not try it in HEADER or FIXED, but please test in your FOOTER area and see if you can duplicate the issue. tyvm.

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v1.2.4 fixed the issue when it's loaded in the footer. Please mark this topic resolved. Thanks!

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