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oBKSo says

Hello everyone :)

ok so im currently working on a template, when made i was going to include a .exe file to help the person(s) who buy be able to edit it easily. Is this allowed?

thank you :d

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jamesmorrison says

If I downloaded a theme (or anything else) with a .exe file in it I wouldn’t trust the files. Full stop.

Besides that, is this a desktop application or a web application? If it’s desktop then you’re really restricting your customer base to Windows users, probably not the best idea. If it’s a web application it doesn’t need to be a .exe file.

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CodeSwift says

I think .exe is a no-go in your files. Just find another way to help your customers. Include a good documentation for example.

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digitalimpact says

Why exactly would you need your buyers to access an .exe file for editing a web template?

I’m 99.9% sure you’re not allowed to do that here.

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