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  • Plugin Author John U

    @john-u

    Right now layout.css does not make any changes to the actual calculator css. Our css is loaded from the cloud at http://calculatorpro.s3.amazonaws.com/widgetV3.css by the same javascript that loads your calculator into the page.

    If you go directly to a calculator on http://www.calculatorpro.com and click on the orange ‘Get Started’ button you will see more customization options than what are available through the wordpress plugin.

    I’m working on an update to our site now that will also enable users to uncheck a box and remove the text shadows on all elements of the calculator. I hope to push that live tomorrow.

    Plugin Author John U

    @john-u

    We are also working on a feature to allow users to make their own css for our calculators and use that instead of ours. That won’t be ready by tomorrow I’m afraid.

    Plugin Author John U

    @john-u

    Our update went live and now the calculators on http://www.calculatorpro.com have a checkbox under the ‘advanced’ section to remove text shadows.

    Let me know if you run into any problems using it!

    Nope not resolved looks like crap on my page. 🙁 what happened it was in then removed in a later version?

    Plugin Author John U

    @john-u

    Hello Dale,

    What version of wordpress and what version of our plugin are you using?

    Are you referring to layout.css that was removed?

    Thanks,
    John

    Plugin Author John U

    @john-u

    Any word back on this? Also make sure you have downloaded and are using the latest version of this plugin.

    I had to set my theme (Dynamix) to not use the cufon fonts for h3 – h6. Not optimal but it worked.

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