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This happens if Internet Explorer is not configured to let you install unverified software. A quick and dirty fix for the problem is to open up the internet options window and select custom level for your security settings. Under ActiveX ensure the following settings are set to enabled... Run ActiveX and Plugin's Download Signed ActiveX Controls Script ...


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I don't know if this will work with IE as I haven't tried it. But I had glyphicons working on site locally, (in Firefox) but not when uploaded to live site. I did a search on my computer for glyphicons, and got a bunch of files. I copied all these missing files into my fonts folder for site, where they were supposed to be, then uploaded them to site. After ...



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