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  1. Hi Lorelle: I emailed a tested archive of the Sandbox and just be safe re-zipped the version of my blog with a different client. If anyone else has any problems, please just let me know.

    I hate "swallick." Sounds vulgar. Grrr.

    Anyhow, yes, Wank is right on. The Minimalist Sandbox is gone (unless you look very, very closely—but why would you?) and has been replaced by the Sandbox.

    I believe the readme.html will be integrated in the "Sandbox Skins" menu for blogs on WordPress.com, time provided. Please be patient on that one.

    Otherwise, enjoy.

  2. Oh, and yes, the Sandbox on WordPress.com and the one available for download for hosted WordPress blogs is the same—sort of. Hosted blogs have the ability to add skins to the "Sandbox Skins" menu whereas blogs on WordPress.com can uttilize the "Custom CSS" feature to achieve, really, the same ends.

  3. Thanks, Scott - er - Swallick.

    How about I just call you "Oh, Great Brilliant One". ;-)

  4. I think swallick is more appropriate than associating me with any thing great/brilliant ;-)

    But really, swwwaaaaaalick. Gross. What was I thinking . . .

  5. I just installed Sandbox and the Unsleepable Skin - but I can't get any of the skins to work (even the pre-installed ones!) Any ideas? When I click on a different theme, the page reloads and the same, default theme is still installed. Help! Thank you!

  6. You're on Comcast which is known for it's broken proxy servers. Best bet would be to try clearing out your cache and doign a forced reload of the page you're looking at.

  7. Well

    I live in India and 1$ is about 50 rupees. 15$ is 750 rupees. I can get an annual subscription for my own domain for 400 rupees.

  8. naomicomerford
    Member

    what about the themes at http://themes.wordpress.net can we apply those without upgrading?

  9. @naomicomerford-

    no, the themes in your dashboard are the only ones that can be applied without upgrading.

  10. What WordPress offers for free is enough to sing about. It's irrelevant if I can pay for a domain for an entire year on less than a CSS upgrade because with my own domain, I can't just submit a feeback for help and get FREE help when I don't understand something myself.

    WordPress.com is by far, the best place to be. Anyone who agrees is invited to view the following post and add their thanks to the staff.

    http://fracas.wordpress.com/2007/05/23/on-kissing-frogs/

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