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FinalDestiny says

I know lots of authors use Revolution Slider in their themes, I’m trying to add some custom CSS classes here http://prntscr.com/2yryxh in the dropdown, I’ve been struggling for the past 2 hours and it just doesn’t want to add a new class if I add some custom CSS code in the captions-original.css.

If anyone knows what’s the problem, I’d really appreciate any help! Thank you!

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dtbaker Moderator says

Can’t help much here from my phone but I know when adding custom classes to tinymce you have to really clear the browser cache. Depending how that drop down is generated (client or server side) the cache may be an issue.

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FinalDestiny says

Thanks for the reply, I managed to get something finally, but in a very hard way by manualy emptying the _revslider_css table and letting it manually re-generate it from captions.css or captions-original.css

That is definitely NOT a nice way of generating that drop-down, I will wait for an answer from the author but since it’s weekend, not sure I’ll get it before monday. If anybody else can help me, please, I’d really appreciate it :) Thanks a lot

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hogash says

Hi,

From what i know, the custom captions should be added in captions.css and not captions-original.css file.

i’ve made a small test and after i’ve added a custom class inside the “captions.css” file it appeared immediately in the drop-down.

Best regards, Stefan

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