When I go to your macro viewer there was a warning message saying "An error was found in the NAML code of this application". When I view the details it appears to show a number of errors in the "save_registration" macro.
That macro appears reverted in the main macro viewer, but I seem to recall that there may be a separate tweaks.naml file that is created in these circumstances. The "Go To NAML Editor" link may help you uncover and correct the error. I can't investigate further as I would need to login as administrator - and I wouldn't advise you give me that power as I'm at the limit of my understanding of NAML.
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Greg - Thanks ever so much for that. It looks like using HTML in the midst of the text doesn't work as the error I see is:
invalid static tag: u
in (custom_tweak:save_registration:142) - <u> in translation: are to read the guidelines and then start a new thread/topic <u>in that folder</u> to introduce yourself(custom_tweak:save_registration:142) - <t>
So I'm happy to take that out. However, the macro I see when I click "Override this macro" is not my tweaked one. It is the bog stock one. How do I get back to my tweaked one? I'd like to take out the underlining.
Ok, I think I figured it out. I went to the editor, clicked on save-registration to the left, and there was the code. I took out the <u> and </u> and saved the changes and no errors were found. And now the smileys are back, so I assume other things are as well.
I'm guessing that you need to "t" tag the text between those underline tags and then it would work.
I don't understand what you mean, but I'm happy with what I have.
Oh by the way, I didn't realize that the editor appears to save multiple copies of the code. So I had two instances of the <u> </u> code in there. It was initially happy when I took the last set out, but later in the day it got its knickers in a twist again and took out all the other tweaks. This time I found the earlier code and changed it. Seems ok now.