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In Chrome, when I installed this, the developer tab shrunk in size, and made the other tabs including uGoLive basically unusable.
Ok I have managed to re create this. There seems to be a conflict with uGoLive think its js related commenting out uGoLive causes everything to work. The strange thing is i have 2 umbraco v6 installs on 1 everything works nicely on the other unless you take out uGoLive from dashboard it doesn't work!
Once I get moment I will investigate further and try and fix the problem.
Hi Chad,Can you provide a screenshot or further details on this please. So I can look into it.
I'm pretty sure this is a jQuery version conflict issue. uGoLive uses the deprecated jquery-tmpl plugin and I'm guessing this is not getting on well with the injected jQuery 1.9.1 by live logger. https://github.com/jquery/jquery-tmpl
If you need to use v1.9.1 I beleive you can run two versions on the same page http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9813311/running-multiple-versions-of-jquery-at-the-same-time but it might be easier to use the Umbraco native v1.7.2?
Oddly I see the Live Logger Nuget Package also installs jQuery 1.6.4 but i guess thats not actually used so maybe could be removed?
The CSS font size on my other tabs: Start Here and uGoLive is much larger after install too
Hey Shannon,That is because I used Twitter Bootstrap for the CSS.
As the dashboards are not in seperate pages, but div's that are toggled with JS in Umbraco. So with me loading twitter bootstrap css for the dashboard, will affect all other dashboards.
Hence the large font size increase.
Any suggestions Shannon on how best to resolve?
I think the only way to fix bootstrap.css taking over is to load the usercontrol into a aspx and load that in a iframe. Not pretty but it does work!
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