Adding themes to Resp Menu Builder

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How do I add themes to the Themes Menu in Menu Builder?
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Currently there are no themes available for Menu Builder. This will be something we will start adding as the program develops more.
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There are some 'resources' available though. Check these out...
http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/menu-builder-resources/
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I just purchased the new Menu Builder and downloaded the free theme zip files. How do I add these themes to the program. Where do I unzip the files or where do I put the contents of the zip files.

By the way, the download for the first free example is for the wrong menu, however, that download doesn't produce a usable zip file anyway. ?????
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I think you dbl click them.:)
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What free theme file??? Do you mean the 'resource' files?? (old_keyboard, rounded_steel... these are not themes!)

If it's the 'resource files' you have, simply unzip them, then click on the .mb file to load it. But it will not be added to the themes as it is not a 'theme'.
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I'd like to know what folder in XP and win 7 that I should move the Menu Builder Themes from the website. Question not answered above.
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I answered the question.:) All you do is dbl click them and they should install. You can save the zipped files any where you like.;)
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It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

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https://ericrohloff.com
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When I click on the mb file, I get the Theme to load and can use it then but if I close MB I cannot see the Theme in the listing on the right side when I open MB again.

Seems like the Theme info is not retained.

RONC
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There are no 'Themes' for the menu builder yet, except for the basic ones already installed. When you click on that .mb file you are loading a 'resource' file that CoffeeCup has provided. There are several, but they are not themes and will not be added to the program. They will have themes available at a later date. We don't know for sure when that date will be.
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