Adding themes to Resp Menu Builder -...

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So, I created and saved and am using a "wonderful" detailed menu using rounded Steel and would like to see it as CoffeeCup. Is there no way to do that now? Would I have to start from scratch with CoffeeCup theme?
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You could perhaps open your saved form (.mb file), resave it by another name, and then make the changes you need for the new form.
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Even if i did that, I'd want to pick a new theme like CoffeeCup or Red Icon or whatever I have downloaded to "automatically" apply to buttons, menus and such that I have already created. Don't want to have to co thru the whole thing again with one of the downloaded themes. (when I say "CoffeeCup" theme mean the theme CC uses for its own sites, one they let us download for use.)
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I would appreciate it if someone could show me the menus that come upon purchase of this software. I'm trialling it right now. But it was, I have to say, disappointing to have a complete lacking of menu styles in the demo download.
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Neil Armstrong wrote:
I would appreciate it if someone could show me the menus that come upon purchase of this software. I'm trialling it right now. But it was, I have to say, disappointing to have a complete lacking of menu styles in the demo download.
Sincerely....
Armstrong.

The themes that come with the trial version are the same that come with the paid version. We do not sell any other themes. You can however download other examples for free through the Manual here at http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/ … resources/
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What is really needed is theme packs that contain the themes and buttons for a particular theme for all the programs. As it is, I have a particular theme called 'Example A' for a website but maybe none exactly matching for other elements of the same site like a form or whatever. It might be better to create and package the whole group together so a person could buy a matched package. It might lead to selling an additional software product of yours they might not have as yet too.
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