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TOPIC: Bug on Blog

Bug on Blog 20 Apr 2016 05:32 #8646

The first time I installed JF Salina all are worked fine. But since 3 days ago, words "K2_WedAMUTCE_WedAMUTCE K2_WEDAMUTCE_DEC+0000UTC09" appear on blog

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How to ged rid of this text?

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Re: Bug on Blog 21 Apr 2016 03:37 #8658

Create language overrides with Language Constant and Text:
'K2_DATE_DATE', 'K2_DATE_MOTH' is the constant and 'd', 'F, Y' is the value.
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Re: Bug on Blog 21 Apr 2016 07:32 #8660

Should I delete "K2_DATE_FORMAT_LC2"?
Because I have deleted it, then create 2 new language overrides. The weird date text become readable, but the date still look big. Is deleting default language override cause this issue?

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Re: Bug on Blog 22 Apr 2016 03:09 #8669

The weird date text become readable, but the date still look big.

You can change font size.

Is deleting default language override cause this issue?

No, it just change date format to display.

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Last Edit: 22 Apr 2016 03:16 by isupport.

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Re: Bug on Blog 22 Apr 2016 03:15 #8670

Alright, everything seems great now. Many thanks

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