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    I just installed the newest version of phpmyadmin, and it seems to work ok, except that all of the images are missing, and the jump menu on the left doesn't jump when I select a database. Anyone else have this problem? I'm wondering if it's a php setting I missed.

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    Look in the HTML source code of the page and find the path for the images. Make sure that the images exist in the path that is specified in the HTML source code.

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    Unfortunately, it's not that easy. With lots of php, the image path is not so clear. I have traced it back to a line in the file common.lib.php in the libraries folder, but this is where I get stuck.

    $GLOBALS['pmaThemeImage'] = $_SESSION['PMA_Theme']->getImgPath();

    I need to find the getImgPath() function, but so far have not had much luck.

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    Look in the HTML source - as in the output you see in the browser.

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    Ive got the path from the html source, but I'm wanting to change the path in the php files. Should I move the "themes" folder instead?

    img.src = './themes/darkblue_orange/img/b_minus.png'

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    I don't believe this is a path problem. Most of the theme files work just fine, just not the images. The main problem, however, is that the jump menu is not working.

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    I had the same problem when I installed phpMyAdmin 2.7.0-pl2

    If you receive this error "Missing parameter"

    In the php.ini directive arg_separator.input, a value of ";" will cause this error. Replace it with "&;".

    or

    ;arg_separator.output = "&"

    ;arg_separator.input = ";&"

    leave it default.

    Hope this helps
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