Thanks for your reply
Yes I am 100% aware that for anything web based it's ( generally ) lower case and of course no spaces, but it's not normal to have to do this when naming a file on your local computer.
Normally if I'm using software to generate a web based template/app I would expect my final file name to named correctly using the correct naming conventions for the system I am working in ie: removing spaces and forcing lower case if the template is to be web based.
Unfortunately, this still doesn't answer my question of how to go about installing the final mag template, as the files generated have the same name as the default mag template files, so will overwrite them.... probably causing more grief...I don't know.
Magento has a very deep folder structure so going into each folder and looking through manually is not something I want to get into, this is the whole point of a template generating program is it not?
I am experimenting, and I don't know Magento too well, so here goes......but if anyone with experience of Magento and TT ( maybe one of the TT devs ) could give me a quick run down on the installation of the final template I would really appreciate it, it would save me ( and others lot's of ) time.