This is the first time for me using an imported style sheet,
so I'm not sure if I'm doing anything wrong.
I'm a RH7 user working with HTML projects. I imported a .css
from another project (one I just created this week) and at first
had no problems.
Now, however, I am getting the following weird activity:
-The font field on the toolbar blanks out. When I click on
it, it opens, but it acts like I'm scrolling up and down with my
mouse wheel while flashing continuosly.
-The font size field stays the same, but when I open it, it
too acts like I'm scrolling or mousing up and down very quickly.
This is true of the Header drop down ("Heading", "Normal", etc) and
the zoom fields as well. Menu options and icons seem to work fine -
only the drop down fields displayed on the one RH toolbar seem
affected (the line weight (none, solid, etc.) and spacing (1px,
2px, etc.) fields do not seem affected).
-If I leave these fields alone, the Header will randomly
change every couple of seconds, and the font style will do the
same, going between blank and the correct font style. A lot of
flickering accompanies this.
-If I take the focus off the RH screen (I have dual
monitors), the activity seems to stop (the fields appear to show
whatever was put into them at the time it settles down, rather than
going back to the correct displays).
-At the bottom of the RH screen, I get a lot of really quick
"Paginating" and "Repaginating" messages. There may be others - the
messages are hard to read given how fast they appear and that they
too seem affected by a lot of flickering.
I do not believe this is a hardware issue, as the activity
only appears AFTER I apply the imported .css to a topic in the new
project. Before that, and with any topics still using a
non-imported .css, I am not getting this behavior.
Is your project on a network drive? If so, move it off
straight away and see if that helps. If not, create a new project,
create a topic, import the .css and apply it. It the same behaviour
exists, it sounds like your CSS is corrupt and the best course of
action would be to replace it.