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I find the solution myself. If you modify something on the horizon dashboard, you should have two option:

1. Recompile the modified sources to the cache (located at /var/lib/openstack-dashboard you can done that with  python manage.py compress 

2. Disable the offline compression (this slows down the dashboard). At the /etc/openstack-dashboard/local_settings.py:  COMPRESS_ENABLED = False COMPRESS_OFFLINE = False 

I find the solution myself. If you modify something on the horizon dashboard, you should have two option:

1. Recompile the modified sources to the cache (located at /var/lib/openstack-dashboard you can done that with with

 $python manage.py compress  1. Disable the offline compression (this slows down the dashboard). At the /etc/openstack-dashboard/local_settings.py:  COMPRESS_ENABLED = False COMPRESS_OFFLINE = False   COMPRESS_ENABLED = False COMPRESS_OFFLINE = False  I find the solution myself. If you modify something on the horizon dashboard, you should have two option: 1. Recompile the modified sources to the cache (located at /var/lib/openstack-dashboard you can done that with $ python manage.py compress 

1. Disable the offline compression (this slows down the dashboard). At the /etc/openstack-dashboard/local_settings.py: modify COMPRESS_ENABLED = False and COMPRESS_OFFLINE = False

 COMPRESS_ENABLED = False

COMPRESS_OFFLINE = False 

I find the solution myself. If you modify something on the horizon dashboard, you should have two option:

1. 1) Recompile the modified sources to the cache (located at /var/lib/openstack-dashboard you can done that with

 $python manage.py compress  1. 2) Disable the offline compression (this slows down the dashboard). At the /etc/openstack-dashboard/local_settings.py modify COMPRESS_ENABLED = FalseFalse  and    COMPRESS_OFFLINE = False 2. False I find the solution myself. If you modify something on the horizon dashboard, you should have two option: 1) Recompile the modified sources to the cache (located at /var/lib/openstack-dashboard you can done that with $ python manage.py compress 

2) Disable the offline compression (this slows down the dashboard). At the /etc/openstack-dashboard/local_settings.py modify

COMPRESS_ENABLED = False
COMPRESS_OFFLINE = False


COMPRESS_OFFLINE = False

I find the solution myself. If you modify something on the horizon dashboard, you should have two option:

1) Recompile the modified sources to the cache (located at /var/lib/openstack-dashboard you can done that with

 \$ python manage.py compress 

2) Disable the offline compression (this slows down the dashboard). At the /etc/openstack-dashboard/local_settings.py modify

COMPRESS_ENABLED = False
COMPRESS_OFFLINE = False
False