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#21
Awesome. Thanks @Brandin for sticking with this and thanks @dormido for sticking with us!
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#22
Just to give you info on WHY this happened.

In those two files I mentioned you called, before the actual content of the table, you must be running some type of DB query, and it is causing it to break since we never actually pulled the data, just defined the variable. If you run into this again, just try moving your query to be the first thing before your foreach if possible.
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#23
Thanks to all the Userspice team. I love userspice.
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