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I'm working with Rhino. I've updated SP Builder, no problem to do that. I've a page with slideshow (addon Rhino). When I'm looking the website, the slideshow is here, but when I'm opening the editing frontend, the slideshow has disapeared. I can't work with editing tools of this section/row. I see them, but I can't touch, the tools disapear. The editing tools of the sections below are working fine. I'm with Mac OSX, I've tried with Chrome and Safari. What can I do ?
Another problem with AddSection : it's not working at all , in frontend neither in backend. ecran_frontend_editing.jpg ecran_website.jpg

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Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink

Template override addon is not ready for sp page builder 3.0. We will update our templates override addon as soon as possible.

override addon is location is template folder.



More than a month ago #Permalink
Thank you, I understand. But what do you mean when you say "override addon is location is template folder. " ? Sorry I don't see what you say

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink

Here is override file location.



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