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    Question Theme being applied differently in production compared to develop

    I've just started using Themer (1.1.0.3) to remove old css and use a theme. I get everything to look like I want in my development environment, and then when I deploy to production or my staging environment I'm seeing a difference on how the theme is being applied. I'm looking for suggestions to get a more consistent theme between my environments.
    Here is an example:
    first image is from my development environment

    Screen Shot 2016-11-29 at 11.00.40 AM.png

    Screen Shot 2016-11-29 at 11.02.10 AM.png

    buttons in the second image have a grey background with a border. They should look like the buttons in the first image.

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    Do you use Cmd to build your environments? It seems inconsistent in how your environments are built.

    Also, if you inspect the CSS between the two environments, do you notice an obvious differences in the classes applied or the properties of those classes?

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    I am using CMD to build my environments.
    I also notice difference in the CSS classes between develop and production. The production environment classes, for example show a border, and the develop CSS class doesn't show the border.

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