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Hi I don’t know if this is the right place to ask this questions, but here it goes, I just want to know if it’s okay to use the themes here in WPMU sites?

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organicbee
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Hi I don’t know if this is the right place to ask this questions, but here it goes, I just want to know if it’s okay to use the themes here in WPMU sites?

you have to purchase an extended licences :-)

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Hi I don’t know if this is the right place to ask this questions, but here it goes, I just want to know if it’s okay to use the themes here in WPMU sites?
you have to purchase an extended licences :-)

hm is their any difference between the license of regular and devloper? I mean all the files.. Is their any specific features that are only in dev license is available?

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KiaJavid
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The only difference is the price ;)

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hahaha.. that’s makes me laugh :) (evil laugh lol)....

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booktalk2008
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You dont need a extended license.

These themes do work on WPMU but you need to look for themes that dont use TimThumb.

Read This: WPMU Entended License Topic http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/timthumb-for-wpmu-extended-license-/25749?page=1

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Parallelus
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These themes do work on WPMU but you need to look for themes that dont use TimThumb.

That’s not completely accurate. Theme’s using TimThumb can be modified to work with WPMU . I just finished updating my themes so TimThumb works without issues in “muilti-site” 3.0 and WPMU .

I waited a long time to do this because I’m not sure how I feel about “multi-site” environments where a user can make the theme available to unlimited sites by checking a box. They might use it multiple times without even realizing they need to pay for a license for each instance.

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correct me if i’m wrong thus timthum is referring to a script that automatically resize the images when you upload them at your site?

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