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Create a preset in CSS Sculptor that is not Cabo Sunset

Thread began 5/21/2010 12:07 pm by kirsten407651 | Last modified 6/28/2010 10:23 pm by kirsten407651 | 2252 views | 15 replies

kirsten407651

Creating new preset

While it seems there is still a problem creating a preset that is not the default I decided to go ahead creating new presets thinking I can customise once I had created the Site with SiteAssist.

I have followed the steps to create a new SiteAssist layout using the Preset Manager, but after creating the new layout name my choice is to choose a design type and then the same design styles presets. The instructions say I should be able to choose from a sculptor menu list which would include my new presets. no matter where I look I can't find them. I have created at least three.

How do I make them appear as an option

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