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talbin Mar 22, 2011 09:06 AM

Questions: Wordpress updates, Mac OSX
 
Hello! I am a very happy Atahualpa user, and am excited about the possibilities of Themeframe. My plan is to use TF for my clients - to offer them their own custom theme with each website design. However, I have a few specific questions.

1. How are Wordpress updates handled? For example, when Wordpress goes to 3.x, how is Themeframe updated? More importantly, how are TF updates handled by the end user? Do I - as the developer - have to updated the theme and then notify my clients, or will there be some sort of automatic update that clients can do themselves?

2. What is the current status of TF on Mac OSX? That's what I'm using, and if TF can't be run on a Mac right now, then I don't want to purchase it until it does. But I also want to get in on the $80 beta pricing. :) I looked at this thread, but the link in the thread to the explanation is to the private TF forum.

Thanks in advance!

talbin Mar 24, 2011 05:44 AM

Hello? I'm really curious, and ready to buy, but would like to know. Thanks!

juggledad Mar 24, 2011 05:57 AM

ThemeFrame will be updated to handle any new features that become available in WP. Will they be there the day that a new WP release comes out...probably not, but it will be maintained.

As for the themes. The themes you create are your responsibility. You own them and if you have a customer that wants a change, you need to do it. If a new version of ThemeFrame comes out and you want to redo a theme for a customer, then it is your responsibility to get it to them.

Let's say ThemeFrame was a programming language, like BASIC for instance, and you wrote a program and gave it to a customer. Along comes a new release of Basic. If you felt there was a need to recompile the program for the user, then you need to do it.

You could think of it as a revenue opportunity. You sell the customer the theme and a contract to keep it updated (just an possibility)

2) users have ThemeFrame running on a MAC using Snow Lepoard

talbin Mar 24, 2011 06:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by juggledad (Post 61445)
You could think of it as a revenue opportunity. You sell the customer the theme and a contract to keep it updated (just an possibility)

Great minds think alike. ;)

And it's good to know about TF working on OSX Snow Leopard.

I'll be ordering either today or tomorrow. Thanks!


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