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    Hi,

    As i searched EXT there are few themse. It works.

    But if you want to promote EXT you need 10000 different themes , so users can enjoy the benefit of EXT functionality as well as cooler colors.

    What is the license or condition if i create a website where users can sell their themes for EXT.

    Let me know all legal stuff of doing that. I think it is separate from EXT technical part or code.

    It needs more creative work for users to create a "sellable" theme. What is max price for theme can be sold.

    As i code in EXT , i thought i can contribute in someway to promote so users can sell their themes.

    if it is profitable i may do the website. Of course you can sell it in many other template websites as well. Thought EXT needs its own template website.

    Also i think most EXT users are corporate users. Not many like in other drupal or joomla or adobe templates users.

    Any thoughts?.

    Thanks.

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    mailto:licensing@extjs.com

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    But if you want to promote EXT you need 10000 different themes , so users can enjoy the benefit of EXT functionality as well as cooler colors.

    Eh - not really. When people build applications for windows - do they search for 10000 different themes?

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    I agree jgarcia@tdg-i.com, from what I can see Ext JS is more suited for the development of applications...and the simple/clean themes it has are all it really needs.

    Does anyone know of any posts in these forums that discusses what people are actually using Ext JS for?

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    Jonny,

    It varies from spice added to the browser - http://djindexs.com - to full blown UI's. http://marketo.com


    I use it for developing robust UIs for enterprise customers. These include Marriott Intl, JP Morgan Chase, Lockheed Martin and now FINRA to name a few.

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    more themes would indeed be good. we'd pay for a nice theme before spending hours creating one ourselves. i guess $20-50 depending on quality would be a fair price.

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    fair is relative to one's hourly rate!

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    btw, in the HTML template world, companies can pay upwards of a thousand+ for a custom template.

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    true, it's up to the author to charge whatever they want. and up to the customer to actually pay that price