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Welcome to Geeklog Friday, April 25 2014 @ 03:03 AM EDT

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  • gl Labs releases Chameleon 1.0
  • Authored by:Tech_Z on Sunday, February 10 2008 @ 06:25 PM EST
Hi jmucchiello, sorry the only concern I have is that if any potential Chameleon users try to view my site from my previous comment on "Sunday, January 20 2008 @ 05:26 PM EST" to view a working install of the Chameleon Theme I don't want them to think my site is still running on Chameleon because it's not it's a custom professional theme. The reason for commenting on my old post was to only to avoid confusion, I am not running Chameleon as my site theme any longer at www.selfautotech.com but I am running it successfully at www.cruiseinshows.com. I think that adding a menu to Chameleon is a great idea I would have continued to use it if it had a flyout menu. I originally commented on Chameleon because I like it and somebody had written a comment not to use it which was only an installation problem on there part, so I wanted the future users to see it works great and not deter from using a good theme plugin like it so if I post this concern on the Gllabs website then they will still possibly be clicking my link to see what Chameleon looks like. Confusion gone? I also don't know how if possible to erase or edit a previously posted comment so this was the onlyway for me to correct the info in my original comment . You can go ahead and erase all three of my comments if you like. No hard feelings, I just don't like it if someone that doesn't understand a simple Geeklog plugin install goes and leaves a bad comment because they are unable to get something to work. They should familiarize themselves with the basic install go over it a few times then do the install. So I'm sorry if this is in the wrong place i thought it was................. Regards, Dennis
  • gl Labs releases Chameleon 1.0
  • Authored by:jmucchiello on Monday, February 11 2008 @ 02:32 AM EST
My point was that the developer of Chameleon accept any comments and criticizism of their theme/plugin. Since you use it on one of your sites it's in your own best interest to tell them ways you'd like to see it improved. I'm glad you don't want to steer people here wrong. I'm just hoping you will also try to steer the Chameleon devs "right".

No reason to delete any comments. Comments are most welcome. I'm asking you to make more comments in fact.