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    I've paid more for less! I've paid as much as $250 for a custom Joomla theme, which I'm sure took a few hours. If it were something for a business wide app I'd pay $500 without blinking an eye. Of course, it would be my company's money!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChilliFactor View Post
    I'm looking for a modern UI with some Wow factor.
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    For those of you who aren't quite as fond of grey as we are we have released the Blue Bay Theme. Take a look on this Thread. It's still got the gradients and spacing of Accent but with a splash of colour.

    Getting a nice Metro feel requires the combination of theme plus a change in the way you code the layout of your components and panels. When we get the time we'll try to put up a post about how your layouts can be modified to give a Metro feel when combined with the right theme.

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