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  1. I have a problem with Font Awesome icons that came with ProcessWire - or some of them. Attached are two images - first one with admin view, other is from the view where you can choose icon for a field. As you can see, some icons are there, but most of them aren't. Neither browser console nor ProcessWire error log show any errors, so I'm kind of lost where I should even start looking into this issue. Has anybody else had this issue? If you have, how did you solve it? I already tried to re-upload wire-folder, but it didn't help.
  2. Font Awesome 5 Pro for ProcessWire At Github: https://github.com/outflux3/FontAwesomePro I whipped up a font awesome pro module so that i could use those icons in the admin; it will be one of those "BYO vendor files", so you'd load your own Font Awesome 5 Pro assets once you buy it (about 1 day left to get the discounted pro license!)... Just posting this here in case anyone else ...is working on something similar ...already built something like this ...wants to collaborate on it} The webfont version basically works well in current admin theme but requires a custom css with fontface redefinition to refer to legacy 'fontAwesome' which is used in the admin css. The svg framework seems to work well, and leaving in the legacy font-awesome means that any icons that can't be replaced by JS are still visible (like :after psuedo classes); SVG framework only works with solid, probably because the new prefixing (fal for light, far for regular..) This is also going to be interesting for future admin themes, and the new 'regular' style is cute... Solid (default): dashboard example showing more icons: SVG framework:
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