I recently update my CKEditor to 4.0.0.769d96134b, but found that in Chrome the icons didn't show correctly, they just listed in a single line...

Here is my version:

Chrome : Version 21.0.1180.57
WYSIWYG : 7.x-2.2+7-dev
CKEditor : 4.0.0.769d96134b

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I'm having the same issue. Subscribing.

Status:Active» Closed (fixed)

With update to 4.01, this issue is fixed

Status:Closed (fixed)» Active
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reopening because the button icons are not displaying correctly in Chromium (Linux distro of Chrome)

CKEditor: Version 4.2 Full
wysiwyg: 7.x-2.2+23-dev (note: 7.x-2.2 does not recognize CKEditor library)
browser: Chromium Version 28.0.1500.71 Ubuntu 13.04 (28.0.1500.71-0ubuntu1.13.04.1)

Firefox:

Chromium

also some icons are misplaced in Chromium, for example I am not enabling spellcheck

[EDIT]

I had the issue on my local dev environment (Ubuntu LAMP)

When I pushed code to remote site with Git and synced db + files... the icons appeared in the same Chromium browser... hmmm... wtf? I don't think it's permissions, the icons are in two single sprite images

I'm on the same stack, and I'm working on correcting issues like that (in paralell with a lot of other annoying stuff). The buttons-go-off-screen-issues will be solved once button-sorting is completely implemented. (There's an old issue about it somewhere, and a testing branch called sort_buttons - it's a bit behind on d.o still, but I've recently merged in the latest changes from 7.x-2.x locally so I'll push that up to d.o ASAP.) Until then, there's an extra Appearance-setting for CKEditor which tells it to use the default button grouping, which fixes issues like this.

As for missing icons, that looks like a possible cache issue?

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Default grouping has the same problem:

I cleared Drupal caches and browser caches.

Was this ever resolved? The same issue seems to be appearing in FF too. However, the icons show up in IE 8+ and Safari.
Thanks,
Connie

Connie,

I had to install the official Chrome for Linux package from Google, instead of the Chromium browser.

There are many other items that Chromium renders differently than Chrome.

Using Chrome as primary browser now, bye-bye Chromium.

Just want to throw my hat in here that this also happens to me in Safari 7.0, works fine in Firefox.

That's strange, I use Chromium from the Ubuntu repositories and it works fine.