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  3. Wednesday, August 10 2016, 02:57 PM
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This is a minor bug in the display of the tabs when editing the profile with version 2. I have attached two screen shots. The first is from viewing the profile, and shows the nicely displayed tabs of version 2. The second screen shot shows the editing of the profile, and what the tabs look like. They appear as oddly spaced buttons, not the nice tab display found in the viewing of the profile or in the registration pages.

I have checked and don't have any template overrides in place.

As I said just a minor bug. It doesn't look nice though.
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Hi,
can you please provide me your site details to check this?
you can use the form below the reply in "Site Detail" tab
  1. more than a month ago
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Admin
some news?

this seems some CSS conflict and not a bug, so for us is impossible to help you without details :(
  1. more than a month ago
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Admin
Hi,
after some investigation I have found the problem.

Some template provide (like RocketTheme) add CSS to display as button the all link (a HTML) in edit profile/registration pages. This is a very bad way to apply style, because registration/edit profile forms are customizable by Joomla user plugins. Still normally in Joomla registration/edit profile pages there are only 1 link ("Cancel" button), so it's no difficult to apply button style only to this link.

Anyway in order to keep compatibility with all templates we will add a workaround for this in next release (some days)
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