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  • rgomezp

    (@rgomezp)

    Hello Shyzer,
    The latest release simply upgraded the plugin to use WordPress’ newest HTTP API. We did not touch anything related to CSS.

    If you would like to test our upcoming release, you can do so by downloading the plugin here.

    Click the green download button > Zip. You can then deactivate and remove the version you have installed, upload the upcoming version with fixes, and hopefully this solves some of the errors a few folks are seeing.

    Best.
    Rodrigo from OneSignal

    Shyzer

    (@shyzer)

    Unfortunately this has been occurring for quite a few update. I upgraded to 1.16.16 today and the css is still missing on the backend.

    Plugin Author OneSignal

    (@onesignal)

    @shyzer ,
    Thanks for letting us know. We will look at what could be causing the issue.

    Best,

    OneSignal Team

    Hi OneSignal, here’s a screenshot of the incorrect css that OneSignal is showing on my end.

    “components-notice” doesn’t seem to reference anything, while the “notice notice-success” further down by WordPress seems to work just right.

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