With the provided database tables, I could reproduce the issue. The root cause of issue Nr. 3 is that the "green" template was corrupted by issue Nr. 1 (e.g. css data was inserted without "#" etc.).cappleby wrote: ↑Wed Dec 21, 2022 2:48 am1. When I tried to modify one of the template background colours it saved the colour to the database but didn't include the # before the hex code.
3. The result display only shows the last two of my three options, though all three appear while the animation is happening.
You can easily test this by switching to an alternative template. Issue Nr. 3 should not be observed with another (not corrupted) template.
To fix a corrupted template, the template entry in the "_sexy_templates" table needs to be restored from a backup or the template entry needs to be copied from a newly installed plugin table. I send you a database export of a working "green" table as a private message. You can delete your current "green" template and import the working template.