I appreciate Web2py's view towards backwards compatibility, but I think 
some of the included libraries do not share the same philosophy. I have had 
to make changes eliminate errors or have expected functionality. I would 
like to know if I'm doing this right and if I've missed something.

If you view pages using developer tools, you see an error message that 
Bootstrap tooltips require Tether. I solved this by downloading tether.min 
ad additing it to layout.html.

In the admin mode, if you try and edit a table with a list field, the + and 
- icons are missing. The buttons are there, just blank. I solved this by 
adding glyhpicons.css to layout.html which uses Glyphicons Halflings font. 
Interestingly, the glyicons-haflings files referenced were already in the 
statc\fonts directory.


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