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how to separate themes from already in use ones?

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    bbrian017
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    @bbrian017

    I think a really big issue I’m facing right now is going through 22 pages of themes to find where I left off.

    Can we search themes not already installed?

    Thanks,

    Brian

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    Andrea Rennick
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    @andrea_r

    If you see them all in the Appearance menu, they’re all be installed.

    If you mean *activated* on that blog, then no.

    Maybe keep them disabled under Site Admin -> Themes, turn a few on, then test under Appearance. Then go back to site admin ->themes and turn a few more on again.

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    bbrian017
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    @bbrian017

    I think if installed/activated they shouldn’t even show up.

    That would be nice.

    I first used BuddyPress/WPMU in 2007 and I must admit this part of the software has come a long way. When I first started themes and templates were very limited. It’s nice to see this section with tons of themes now it’s really great.

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