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DNN:Text return Nothing or Skin Token is not working with DNN:Text

Dear All, 
Today i found a  problem when i render the DNN skin object with DNN:Text then it will return nothing, i register the object

<%@ Register TagPrefix="dnn" TagName="TEXT" Src="~/Admin/Skins/Text.ascx" %>

then i place the DNN text object with token

<dnn:TEXT runat="server" id="TEXT1" Text="[Tab:TabName]" CssClass="NormalBold" ReplaceTokens="True" />

but there is no luck then i found when the ascx.cs file and checked out the code in detail and i found the variable that use in the cs file is ShowText instead of Text. 

Here if you did not get the return value from dnn:Text in dnn 7.3 version then use the following skin object 

<dnn:Text runat="server" id="CheckingOne2" ShowText="[User:FullName]" ReplaceTokens="True"/>
Note in above like there is ShowText instead of Text 

I hope it save your time because it already eat my 2 days 

Regards
Rashid Imran Bilgrami 

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  1. Thank you for this blogpost, I was having the same issue and this fixed it.

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