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the title pretty much says it all... i know how to skin an IPB, but under the control panel there's options for users to select different skins, however, i don't know how to do this... at all...

any help much appreciated!
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So you want to remove their ability to change skins?

Your question is not clear. Try again.
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no, i want to allow them to change skins... i just don't know how to do that...
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In the ACP under general settings. Its a setting that you can turn on.
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alright, sorry, still not being clear enough. yes, i have that setting enabled... but where do i put the other skins so that members can choose them?
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Import them into the skin manager.
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where would I find this? in the ACP, under the section "Skinning and Styles", I see Board Wrappers, Images, and Manage Style Sheets. None of these seem to have a skin manager however.
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There is no "Import Skin" in invision free?

You have to remember that the "Free" version that you are using is severely limited compared to the full version that we use here. What you ask may not be possible using the free version.
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