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do you use dividers for your layouts?
My advice, start at the first layout in layout mode, and just use the "next record" button in the status toolbar to go through each layout. This will include any dividers. Go through all of your layouts and find any that you missed.
If you need a deeper inspection, something like FMPerception may help you quickly identify those layouts.
Deleting theme(s) in a file/database:
In FM13 help, the wording is slightly different
You can’t delete a theme that is in use in a file. You must assign a different theme to the layouts that use the theme you want to delete, then delete the previous theme.
I don't know if this advice applies to 14-15-16.
This KB article:
You can delete custom styles from your database files. If you delete a custom style that is applied to objects on a layout, the objects revert to the default style for that object. You cannot delete the default styles that comes with FileMaker Pro.
I suggest a copy of the file(s) off network and away from any possible links. Then test the deletes advised here on those copies.
Thanks for the idea about the separators. They were all "Classic," and I have now changed them to "Enlightened Print," and "Classic" shows zero layouts. Cool.
So it now appears I have two separate and distinct questions:
1. Under "Manage > Themes ..." Classic now shows as zero, but when I click on it, the Delete button remains grayed out.
2. [Classic] and [Enlightened Print] still show in brackets where River does not. I have another database where [River] does show in brackets. Does that mean I modified the theme?