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  1. Hey guys, I am a long WP user and have recently been moving to PW for all my client sites and am LOVING it. Great work on the CMS guys. I am using the flexible content strategy with the PageTableExtended module along with the Twig and Dataproviders modules. I am running into an issue on the backend, when viewing a page that has various "page components/page tables" built up, the images show as broken links and any image methods ( like size ) will blow up the page. Once I open the page table and close it everything is good and the images show up. Below are a couple screenshots. This is a shot of when I first go into the page: https://www.dropbox.com/s/siixtkhe1qpgc3p/Screenshot%202015-06-06%2011.03.07.png?dl=0 This is a shot after I have clicked to edit the page and have exited out. https://www.dropbox.com/s/q9xjmp3fagcwig2/Screenshot%202015-06-06%2011.03.47.png?dl=0 You can see how it loads up the images like it has finally instantiated the page object or something. Hopefully this makes sense and I am explaining it well enough. Thanks in advance for any input as it is greatly appreciated.
  2. Never mind, i like it the way it is. Sorry Delete me please
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