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I have download a wordpress theme from http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/citizen-kane

When I am trying to activate it gives somthing like in the locationDashboard->Appearence->Themes

Broken Themes

The following themes are installed but incomplete. Themes must have a stylesheet and a template.

Name Description Citizen Kane The parent theme is missing. Please install the "bp-default" parent theme.`

Please help If any body have idea .I shall be very thanful to you all I am waiting for ur reply

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This theme seems to be made for Buddy Press and declares that it is child of bp-default theme, which is not standalone - supplied with Buddy Press plugin.

I am not quite sure why it is in repository at all, as far as I know child themes are still not supported there.

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When I tried same error displayed for me, The theme is either corrupted or some files are missing from it, Better you try some different themes rather then this

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No I can't bcoz my boss want only that theme.and he is saying fix the theme. –  shalu Feb 19 '11 at 13:10
    
Hey its gives error parent theme missing may be there is any other thing which need to download. –  shalu Feb 19 '11 at 13:11
    
I think you need to ask this thing to the developer of the theme, or ask that person into the wordpress forums try these links go-themes.com twitter.com/modemlooper –  ntechi Feb 20 '11 at 9:41
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@shalu - Your boss needs to realise the theme he/she wants isn't designed for use inside a regular WP install, it's specifically designed for use with BuddyPress.. do you have it installed or intend to? –  t31os Feb 20 '11 at 11:35

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