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Where can I see Bender?

posted by Krow on 12:39 PM January 8th, 2001   Printer-friendly   Email story
buddah writes " I have not tested Bender under the current setup as I have not seen it(Bender) run on a demo site anywhere, and I am reluctant to install something I haven't at least seen yet. Anyone have any links so I can take a look at it before I try to install it?"
I keep a copy of it running on slash.tangent.org (it is frequently dropped and reinstalled though, its not a real site). I imagine that you will see some other sites go live in the next few weeks.
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  • Yes, the default theme should look almost exactly like the 1.0.x default look and feel. We will have more themes at some point (it'd be nice ot have a new one for the release), but for now we are working on the code itself.

    We also plan to have a registry of themes so people can make and distribute them.
  • I checked out the above mentioned site, but it appeared like the regular version of slash. Is this intentional? If so, excuse the rather silly question. buddah
  • I believe it runs the slashcode theme that should look identical to Slash 1.0.X.
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