What is the difference between a single license and a Subscription?
A single license such an Assembly or Source license gives you a single theme, and
any variations of that theme. A Subscription gives you full access to all themes
in the Reuxables Library. The Subscription is especially useful
Who is the Assembly License suited for?
If you would like to use the Reuxables Themes as they are, without customizing any
aspect of it, then the Assembly License is the most cost effective method to add
visual styles to your project.
Where are the classic themes like Paper 2010, Edge, and Metal?
In an effort to deliver better quality themes, we have retired our old themes that
were based on older Framework designs. We have started introducing new themes such
as Gemini and Developer, to address the new trends in visual styles as well as the
most requested features for Reuxables. Moving forward, by the end of 2010 we will
be introducing several new themes.
All retired themes are now available in the free Legacy Collection
Paper 2010 has been upgraded and renamed to Gemini. It is now our flagship theme
and enjoys unique new styles and functionality.
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