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Default Styles for Controls

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I have been using the toolkit for 3 years and update it as new releases come out but recently (after the 10/09 update) whenever I try to use the default styles with a control they don't display.  For instance, the calendar extender and the validator callout extender are missing their default styles.  Well only part of that statement is true.  With the validator callout the  ! image displays but no other style is present.

Any ideas on what to do or what could be going on?  I have cleared out my IE cache, history, cookies and still experience it. 

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