Some cck fields not turning into HTML

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I still don't think I'm understanding the symptom.

If something shows up in one theme and not the other I would check if you have anything wierd in your template.php or if you have overridden any of the content-field.tpl.php files

Tags: Drupal 6 / Entities

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