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copypastedesign says

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Hey All,

I’m a freelance web-dude, I’ve purchased a lot of great themes for my clients on Themeforest. The thing is, when choosing a theme, you end up sending the client a link to the theme demo. This isn’t an optimal solution, not all clients understand the versatility and customization options of themes today. I end up using a print screen and editing it on Photoshop to fit the clients branding.

So, I’m throwing Envato a feature suggestion: devise a way for us to play around a bit with the themes, customize several elements like background, header and menus – only on a visual level. And be able to save it as a JPG .

I think this will prove a great tool for trying out themes and client proposal, prior to purchase.

What you all think?

Copypaste Design

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jonathan01 says

Envato don’t actually host the templates and or themes.

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copypastedesign says

I am aware of that, but they can either develop an online tool, or promote integrating such a feature to the theme authors

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dekciw says

Ever heard of a magic tool called FireBug? :)

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