Flag icons in the easyBlog theme not rendering
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- March 17, 2021 at 6:44 am#5393Jampi
I bought the easyBlog theme, everything’s fine, I like it, but in the wysiwyg editor the flags icons do not render. All smilies and foods and places works, I pick one and it shows, but the flags has, instead of the image, the 2 letter code of the nation’s, no flag.
Is anyone experiencing the same issue? With the same or other themes?
GiampieroMarch 17, 2021 at 3:50 pm#5398itips3727
Tested with some random choices in Flags category in WYSIWYG Emoticons and works fine on EasyBlog v22.214.171.124 under Apple macOS Big Sur v11.2.3 (20D91).
Any more details?March 17, 2021 at 4:28 pm#5400Jampi
Thaks for your reply.
I made some test today too, and:
- On windows 10 Home: tested on simple theme: flags still not working
- On windows 10 Home – removed and re-installed: flags still not working
- On windows 10 Home – installed on a new user account (fresh install): flags still not working
- Tested on linux mint: flags works (but it is not my main OS)
Tomorrow I’m going to test on my windows 10 pro at work.
I attach an image to show you what the problem is. In the background (bottom of image) you see inserted emoticons. Smileis works, animals works, but flags are still emoticons, simply a 2 letter code, not the flag itself.
I’ll let you know!
You must be logged in to access attached files.March 18, 2021 at 6:37 pm#5405Jampi
I tested on a new machine mounting OS windows 10 pro, and… tadaaaan! The flags still don’t render; instead of them there are the 2 letters country code.
So, I’m not an expert, but I think this is a bug to fix, hope it will be done with the next update.
Stay safe guys!March 18, 2021 at 6:57 pm#5406Bob
tadaaaan! it’s not a bug; it’s an affliction of Windows system 😡
I assume Windows 10 ships with zero flag emojis because .. politics? It's still annoying!
— Jeff Atwood (@codinghorror) November 13, 2018
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I tryed finding some easy solution without messing with images in raw code.
Found svgbox.net, but the easyest way (just copy and paste in the HTML code) is making an external http request, not ideal.
Only posted as a remedy until wondows will decide to stop being a pussy.
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