Forget Themler and keep improving Artisteer


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bryan

Posted: 1/16/2016
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Seriously, Themler is just hard work for little reward compared to artisteer. I just paid to keep my subscription up only to find there has been no Artisteer improvements. keep working on Artisteer please?

 
karen

Posted: 1/29/2016
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I agree. Themler is so slow it's unbelievable. Artisteer is amazing.
 
Laurent

Posted: 2/1/2016
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Same here... I will stop renewing Artisteer until it is again supported by the development team.

I can not believe the team has chosen going to something that was already existing a lot (online or simili online using mysql server) theme customizing instead of maintaining and supporting Artisteer.

Themler is *********
 
Laura

Posted: 3/22/2016
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I agree, Themler was a waste of money for me. and I will not renew my suscription untill you improve Artisteer.

 
Rusty

Posted: 4/7/2016
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Yes - I HATE THEMLER.................

I cannot believe this ---------------- something great that was not broken and they fixed it........................
 
Angie

Posted: 7/12/2016
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Please can you continue with Artisteer - I have no interest in using Themler but use artisteer everyday. Having trouble with it in Windows 10 and desperately searching for a compatible upgrade.
Themler :-(
Artisteer :-)
 
Necmettin Akan

Posted: 8/18/2016
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I agree too. Themler takes a lot of time to make a site. Themler has better feature but its very slow. Please work in artisteer.
 
Bob the Goat

Posted: 8/27/2016
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As much as I like Artisteer, I don't think they are going to abandon Themler in favor of Artisteer this far into the game.

That being said, I am trying to use Themler as it seems to be the future. It does seem to have more advanced features and it does look like they are trying to make it more like Artisteer with the newer updates.

I still like using Artisteer though for quick projects for clients that don't need an elaborate theme. I still do wish they would continue to work on both Artisteer and Themler.
 
Moryason

Posted: 9/20/2016
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As artisteer is not supported anymore, the code shall be released as open source... so that we can have the hope to see developpers improving this very good software.

Themler is bulls***, with no translations (or few), installing a mysql server on your PC... slow and disgusting.
 
Tony

Posted: 9/21/2016
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I agree, Themler was a waste of money for me. and I will not renew my suscription untill you improve Artisteer.
 
Brian

Posted: 10/29/2016
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I originally purchased Artisteer and renewed my subscription a couple of times. I'm not interested in Themler, so there's no point in renewing my subscription again if Artisteer is no longer being developed.
 
Carlos

Posted: 3/28/2017
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Estoy de acuerdo, Themler era una pérdida de dinero para mí. y no voy a renovar mi abono hasta que usted mejorar Artisteer.
 
Monty

Posted: 4/8/2017
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I agrre that artisteer is superior to themlet. I use artisteer to build the shell for Wordpress content. It is fast, easy to use and gets the job done. Themler is slow, unintuitive and buggy as hell.

I am sure there are many that like themler and that's great. Please keep developing Artisteer so that we have a choice.
 
Juanjo

Posted: 4/10/2017
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I thought I was the only one who had trouble with Themler.

Themler seems a very powerful tool and his concept of working online too.

For me the problem is that there is no orderly and coherent information to learn how to use it, unlike Artisteer. Maybe you could work more on it.

I have tried for some time trying to adapt to Themler but at the moment I do not get it and I am looking forward to working with Artisteer for a new project.

It's a shame not to be able to take advantage of Themler's potential.
 
Troy

Posted: 5/26/2017
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I couldn't make heads nor tails of Themler. I am probably just not getting it and I'm sure it is a find product. But how can you beat a single click to generate a random theme as a starting point? Click a few times until you get something that is vaguely appealing and then start customizing. I've literally created websites with Artisteer in minutes before. I did a demo of the product once for a group of techs and in my 10-minute presentation, I created a website right in front of them from scratch. It would have needed an hour or so of tweaking to be real good, but it demonstrated that the product was really powerful. I'm going to continue using what I have and hope that it someday is upgraded to support Drupal 8.
 
Stephen Grimmer

Posted: 6/7/2017
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Themler sucks

Artisteer rocks

sad to see no updates ... this sucks what will replace it


 
Mirco

Posted: 6/7/2017
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I agree for the return of Artisteer, really a good software.
I don't pay for themler ;-) we don't like it
 
lcsk

Posted: 6/26/2017
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Themler is a waste of time and money. There's no point in renewing my subscription again if Artisteer is no longer being developed.

 
Truth

Posted: 6/28/2017
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Quote lcsk:
There's no point in renewing my subscription again if Artisteer is no longer being developed.

What do you mean "if"? There's no question. They haven't touched Artisteer in 2 years!
 
David

Posted: 7/13/2017
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Bring back Artisteer, bring it back now! It's much closer to a working solution than Themler or anything else I've looked at. Every day I search for an alternative, but I'm not having any luck.