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FishEye 2.7.13 interface missing formatting, buttons don't work?

Just upgraded from 2.7.12->2.7.13, which is nice and easy because of $FISHEYE_INST, however when I login as the FishEye admin user now it appears a lot of the formatting is gone on the admin page? All the options are sort of smashed to the left of it pane. Checked in latest Chrome and Firefox, same issue.

In addition many buttons don't do anything. Such as 'Re-sync / Edit / Remove' on the Authentication tab to setup JIRA user syncing.

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Nick Atlassian Team May 30, 2012

Hi xref,

Sorry to hear that the 2.7.13 upgrade has not gone so smoothly for you.

Regarding this particular issue. What javascript or css errors are you seeing?

Can you please raise a support ticket with us on href="http://support.atlassian.com%20">http://support.atlassian.com and upload the page source for that page?

Also, which platform are you running those browsers on. We have not seen this issue before and can not reproduce it.

One last thing to try here is a SHIFT-Refresh of the browser, in case, for some reason, the browser cache has some of the 2.7.12 static content (this in theory should not happen however).

Cheers,

Nick

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