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12/23/2019 04:31:26 PM (12 months ago)
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  • Ticket #49056, comment 6

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    33By the way, I agree with @crdunst. You are wasting a tremendous amount of bandwidth and disk storage by auto-installing each year's new theme by default. I see websites just about every day with twenty-twelve, thirteen, fourteen, etc. installed. And none have ever been used. What a waste!
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    5 I find the argument about the need for fallback in case the active theme can't be loaded. That's a tremendously weak argument. First of all, that almost never happens -- and second, I would want the website to crash and notify like it does on a fatal error as I'm sure that my content would look terrible using twenty-twenty. I'd want to be notified so I could address the issue.
     5I disagree with the argument about the need for fallback in case the active theme can't be loaded. That's a tremendously weak argument. First of all, that almost never happens with an active website -- and second, I would want the website to crash and notify like it does on a fatal error as I'm sure that my content would look terrible using twenty-twenty. I'd want to be notified so I could address the issue.