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    I’ve just bought the Premium features Subscription so that I can use the template generator.

    It’s great except now I keep seeing error messages appearing such as:

    Warning: in_array() []: Wrong datatype for second argument in /home/rhellyer/public_html/pixopoint/wp-content/themes/pixopoint_beta/generator/config/config.php on line 28

    while I’m trying to create a template. I’m using Safari on a Mac.



    Darn it. That’s not good!

    Could you either email or attach the .xml file for the template? I can’t really fix anything without seeing what is causing it and I need the .xml file to find the problem.

    I’ve had two other people report this problem in the past two weeks, but neither of them have provided me with the .xml file, so there is nothing I can do to help as I can’t replicate the problem <img decoding=” title=”Sad” /> The template generator works flawlessy for me whenever I use it. The issue will be caused by an option you have chosen which is not functioning correctly, unfortunately I can’t figure out what option that is. I should (in theory) be able to fix it lickity split if I have the XML file.

    Sorry for the problems you are having.


    Hi, I’m a noob. Thanks so much for your generator, Ryan. I have created a template I love, but each time I try to download it (and even when I just try to download your template, unchanged to test) my Mac gives me a "decompression failed" error message.

    I’ve been working with Hellish Simplicity, and tried to export for WordPress in both Safari and Firefox. Aqua Vaccinium worked just fine, but Yoghourt, gave me the same error. This has been happening for the last 24 hours. I’m attaching the xml file.



    This is usually caused by some sort of incompatibility problem between the zip file and the decompression program you are using. If you attach the theme to the post I’ll take a look and check to confirm this is indeed the problem … and post back with a new recompressed zip file for you.

    If you try another unzipping program you may have more luck. The Windows based systems generally seem to cope fine whereas whatever the standard Mac unzipping program is doesn’t work for most people.


    Thanks, Ryan. I’ll try it on my hubby’s Windows machine first. If it still doesn’t work, I’ll take you up on that offer!  <img decoding=” title=”Grin” />

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