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robert rottermann wrote:
> do you have SpeedPack installed?
> then you can not add any elements but the two types you mentioned.
> I had the same situation, and helped myself by adding the frostbyte
> stuff to a directory in custom.
> You the have to adjust skinpath properties.
Good suggestion. SpeedPack uses psyco, which is known to have funky
effects on things like debugging (it makes 'pdb.set_trace()' fail
silently, for one thing).
I would first try removing SpeedPack and redoing the Frostbite
generation. Then, if the extracted templates in the generated file are
incorrect, you can bug me, with examples, drawn from stock Plone, which
are not being exported directly.
If the exported templates look correct (in the source), but are
rendering incorrectly under SpeedPack, then you may need to choose between:
- running with SpeedPack and without your generated product
- fixing SpeedPack
- copying the still-pertinent parts of SpeedPack (like the psyco
optimizations) into your generated product, and removing
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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