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[APPROVED] SMF Theme Changer 1.0.6

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Yoshi:

--- Quote from: ClickSafe on March 18, 2012, 12:53:50 PM ---With the use of hooks you save a lot of programming time ...
But I do understand that for beginners certainly is a whole study.
Something new ... something strange ... you should ever make time for it ...

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I wouldn't call myself a beginner to mods, to be honest. Yet like labradoodle said, it needs time to get used to it.
I'm going to try using them and implementing them in my mods, god let labradoodle be right ;)

Labradoodle-360:
I'm always right O:) :P

Yoshi:

--- Quote from: ClickSafe on March 18, 2012, 01:28:35 PM ---
--- Quote from: Yoshi2889 on March 18, 2012, 01:21:02 PM ---
--- Quote from: ClickSafe on March 18, 2012, 12:53:50 PM ---With the use of hooks you save a lot of programming time ...
But I do understand that for beginners certainly is a whole study.
Something new ... something strange ... you should ever make time for it ...

--- End quote ---
I wouldn't call myself a beginner to mods, to be honest. Yet like labradoodle said, it needs time to get used to it.
I'm going to try using them and implementing them in my mods, god let labradoodle be right ;)

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The beginner was not meant for you  ;D just for those people who wants to start writing their first mod ...
I am more a beginner  ;D ;D , just started 2 months ago, with writing my first theme for SMF  ::)

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Never really wrote a theme for SMF, it always refuses to install my themes :P
I also hate CSS, but that's another thing.

Looking at my mods at the mod site, some people might think I'm a beginner at making mods. Well, I've wrote FAR more complex mods back on my test site, just haven't got the time and resources to submit them already (they're full of bugs).

Anyway, this is getting pretty off-topic. Back on topic :)

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