Well, I'll just give a quick status update on this. I'm working on introducing project level template modification.
Expected to be out in 2.6.1.
But yes for now, on a immediate basis, it would be better to fork the addon.
> > *Filipe Névola <https://twitter.com/FilipeNevola>*
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> Subject: Re: [forge-dev] Custom Templates by Project
> Hey Vineet,
> What are your thoughts about this?
> Filipe, sorry this is not simpler right now - we are in the middle of
> refactoring scaffolding to make things easier in this way, but for now I
> think the only way to do this is to fork the addon and build locally. I
> could be wrong, though.
> On Fri, May 30, 2014 at 2:21 PM, Filipe Névola <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Hi, I'm starting with Forge and I would like to know how can I work with
> > custom templates by project.
> > Let me try to be more clear, I want to have a project A using AngularJS
> > Addon with custom templates for my views and a project B using AngularJS
> > Addon with others custom templates.
> > The differences won't be only images, styles, etc but will be on the
> > structure of html also.
> > My question is: How can I do that? Is there a simple way? Maybe some addon.
> > Thank you!
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