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cPanel Fonts error

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by Piter Huaman, Jan 6, 2018.

  1. Piter Huaman

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    I keep getting these errors after updating cpanel.
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    index.html:1 Failed to decode downloaded font:
    http://website/cPanel_magic_revision_1512411966/frontend/paper_lantern/_assets/css/OpenSans-Regular-webfont.woff
    index.html:1 OTS parsing error: invalid version tag
    
    • CENTOS 6.9 kvm [server]
    • v68.0.23

    Any ideas how to solve this issue? Cpanel does not show up correctly.
     
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    For some strange reason, the font files (as well as many other paper_lantern files) show up as directories. I have manually downloaded the fonts and uploaded them to the proper cpanel folder and now the errors have disappeared. I have also replaced the require.js script library and that fixed my problem with the email accounts not showing up.
     
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    Hello @Piter Huaman,

    I've not seen any other reports of this happening (font files appearing as directories instead of files). Is it possible your system experienced filesystem corruption?

    Thank you.
     
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