Hey, I've been playing with Curtains for a few weeks but only just noticed these feedback threads. I think you've made some awesome software here but it's too easy to break the themes!
Please tell me if I'm being oblivious but I did look around and can't see this feature ... it would be really good to have a way of reverting themes back to their original config.
On more than one occasion I've been editing a theme and messed up. So I click one of those 'Reset to default' buttons thinking it might undo the change I just made. Obviously that's not what those reset buttons are for, so it messes it up even more!
Fortunately I've been using it in a VM so I can revert to a checkpoint and start over. After breaking a few themes, the first thing I do after installing Curtains is take a copy of the C:\users\public\documents\stardock\curtains folder so I can replace all those files when I mess up. But I think that shouldn't be something the end user has to do themself.
Maybe it could force us to make a copy of themes for editing, and only allow editing the copy. Or a revert button in the right click menu on the main page, or even a confirmation instead of applying every change immediately.
Again, sorry if this is already possible.