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tonvie says

Not a big deal to me just think it’s a bit odd it would be allowed…Any reason for that?? TIA

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bitpub says

This really hits home with me.

I had two cases where templates where released after mine and they had the same name as mine. And the worst part is they are in the same category as mine.

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shaki says

Good Business 101: Never EVER allow products with same name.

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FRESHFACE says
shaki said
Good Business 101: Never EVER allow products with same name.

+1 There is also a theme called “freshface”. So we are now working on a theme called “aeroalquimia” and it will be super ugly :evil:

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unisphere says

Yeah I don’t like it either especially when the first of those 3 themes with equal names is mine…

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ParkerAndKent says

Guys, just don’t call your themes with simple common words, you can’t own a common word. Give your themes an original name and then will be harder to see a new theme with the same name… and if then happens would be easier to dispute the intellectual propery of the product name.

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Ivor Reviewer says

I use this generator, I think it’s perfect for this. — http://www.dotomator.com

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ThemeProvince says

2 out of 3 of my theme names have been used twice. 2 themes with a decent amount of sales. Coincidence? I think not.

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Landonw says
ThemeProvince said
2 out of 3 of my theme names have been used twice. 2 themes with a decent amount of sales. Coincidence? I think not.

his came before yours..

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revaxarts says
LandonWilson said
ThemeProvince said
2 out of 3 of my theme names have been used twice. 2 themes with a decent amount of sales. Coincidence? I think not.
his came before yours..

no

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