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Kubrick Template v1.2.3 released

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  • Uh oh, looks like Michael’s exceeded his bandwidth . Anyone know where to pick it up.

    Here here… am keen to see it!

    I’m willing to host your file on my account (quite fast). Email me at: roman dot lustrik at siol dot net.

    blogthing
    Member

    @blogthing

    Yeah, what Roman said. We can get you sorted at http://www.blogthing.com/ if you need some bits shifted. It would be an honour.

    Being a devotee of Michael’s, i would be pleased to mirror the final release of Kubrick.
    naturally, i would not just haul off and do that without our Binary Bonsai’s blessing…
    Michael, if you’re out there, say the word.
    dss (fernando)

    Exceeded bandwith. So sad. 🙁

    http://binarybonsai.com/kubrick/ is up again. So happy 🙂

    For some reason I can’t get the comments to show up on entry pages, what might be the reason for that?
    I’m installed to the root directory, using the packaged .htaccess, and have updated the permalink structure though it says, “<i>You are not currently using customized permalinks. No special mod_rewrite rules are needed.</i>”.
    Keep in mind that I’ve just switched over to WordPress, so the more layman the help, the better.
    Thanks in advance!
    ~Jill

    Ah, never mind. Fixed. 🙂
    ~Jill

    This should *definitely* be the default template on standard WP install.

    although if these were the standard package the wouldnt be modified would they 😉

    hanni
    Volunteer Moderator

    @hanni

    I Believe person who suggested it was talking about the Main Index.
    (i could be wrong though)

    Im sure it could be made easy enough to install that you could just stick the whole lot on there.

    hanni
    Volunteer Moderator

    @hanni

    Yeah It would 🙂
    I was just thinking from the point of view of whether or not the devs would want the changes that are in Kubrick in files such as comments.php in the standard (maybe it changed code that they had future plans for or something?) I’m probably talking crap – somefool – I agree it would be great 🙂

    well i would imagine the current code only really looks like it does so that the page renders as it does (?!) so i would hope itd be fine.
    come on dev/admin types

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