Last updated August 9, 2013. Created by banghouse on March 8, 2013.
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The best information I could find about the two starterkits is at https://drupal.org/node/1902666

To summarise, the 'extended' starterkit gives additional structure to your scss files.

Cant you just copy the starterkit and place it into the themes directory?

if i use drush everything works fine except on #3 if i choose omega The pages in "Template" directory do not get copied over

if i use drush everything works fine except on #3 if i choose omega The pages in "Template" directory do not get copied over

Umh, what? You are creating your subtheme from the starterkits residing in Omega/starterkits. Not Omega directly. Omega is just the base theme. Of course it doesn't copy the templates over. Copying everything from the base theme would kinda destroy the purpose of a base theme, no? ;)

Why do we have this page? It's just a copy&paste of the output of the Drush subtheme wizard. Let's remove it and instead add a section to the previous page explaining the different choices for base theme / starterkit / etc.

How is drush used and where is download? Are there instructions that a first timer user will understand?

BITech

Hi,

I don't know which operating system you are running. However, the following link explains how to download drush for Ubuntu operating system.

http://www.matsearle.com/blog/drush-drupal-ubuntu

Good

Drush is a command-line interface for working with Drupal. For the inexperienced, it may be a bit intimidating at first, but once it becomes familiar, is an incredible timesaver. Many common and repetitive tasks (such as installing modules, or even an entire Drupal core install) can be done with a few short commands.

If you have limited experience, or are entirely new to working with a CLI (command line interface), you may want to check out lynda.com. There are a few courses there dealing with Drupal, and even Drush, specifically.

Trust me, it's well worth the time to learn how to use it...