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  1. Good to know. Thanks for the heads up!
  2. @y2guru Just DL'd and when I open it, I just get an endless stream of this error message, firing over and over again:
  3. Yeah, it is the CriticalZoneV2 - Default. That and a readme are the only two things in that Themes folder.
  4. No, I've never used Big Box before. I only DL'd Launchbox for the first time at version 11.4 on a different machine to check it out and then DL'd the latest release on a new machine the other night. So the theme I have is just what was created when I did a clean install of 11.6.
  5. @Jason Carr Thanks, I will try the Community Theme Creator. Regarding the errors in Visual Studio, if I try to open up some of the views, it will fire a lot of errors (more than a dozen in some cases) which are all along the lines of: * The name "TransitionPresenter" does not exist in the namespace "clr-namespace:Unbroken.Launchbox.Wpf.Transitions;assembly=Unbroken.Launchpad.Wpf" * Assembly 'Unbroken.Launchbox.Wpf' was not found. Verify that you are not missing an assembly reference.
  6. A couple questions: Can I work on a Big Box theme without a license? I intend to buy one, but I'd like to get into making a custom theme first and make sure it's something I can actually tackle before I commit. I realize I wouldn't be able to view it in Big Box without a license, but does Visual Studio provide some method for running the code and testing that things actually work? On that note, I installed Visual Studio 2019 and attempted to open up the default theme (CriticalZoneV2 - Default), but there are A LOT of errors. I read in another thread that this theme is outdated, but there is no other option in my 11.6 install and it seems that the 11.4 install I had before that had no themes in that folder at all. If I intend to use Visual Studio, is there another starting point to help get the gist of laying this out? The video tutorial from Launchbox is like 4 years old and doesn't really get into any useful detail anyway. Any help is appreciated!
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