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You may face that style file not found an error on the console just because the given zip file does not have a style file. So To resolve the problem copy the style file code given below and paste this code in a new CSS file and add it into the src folder inside the package folder of the zip file and again upload it to static resource. svg.d3 .links line { ...


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As per your requirement you have not specified correct directory name which is cats. <apex:page> <apex:image url="{!URLFOR($Resource.vfimagetest,'cats/kitten1.jpg')}" /> </apex:page>


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You can install Zippex and use that to read the list of files available in the ZIP resource file. Specific instructions are available in the README file. Here's the source code example directly from the documentation: Attachment sampleAttachment = [SELECT Name, Body FROM Attachment WHERE Id='<ID_OF_ATTACHMENT>']; Zippex sampleZip = new Zippex(...


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add to org then retrieve static resources folder in package.xml.


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I was able to solve this by removing the promise part from the loadScript. This below code only is enough as earlier answered by @salesforce-sas loadScript(this,fuse)


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