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I apologize if this has been discussed before, but I could not find a
very effective search tool for the archives.

I have discovered that it is possible to override the standard view
templates by creating your own version of the template in the theme/
/views directory (for example creating theme//
views/articles/read.html.erb will override the app/views/articles/
read.html.erb template).

However, it does not appear that this works for partials. (When I
create themes//views/articles/_comment_box.html.erb it does
NOT override the app/views/articles/_comment_box.html.erf.

Is this behavior intended? I would think that if you can override
the non-partial templates, then the desired behavior would be that
the partial templates could also be overridden. Thanks for any

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