Support for sub-themes is poor in Drupal 5, so Zen bends the rules to get decent support for its sub-themes. This bending causes some minor issues with the Views Theme Wizard 5.x-1.6 that are pretty easy to fix.

When the Views Theme Wizard generates your view’s php code, you’ll need to change a few lines.


Search for:
_phptemplate_callback('views-list-VIEWNAME', $vars);
and change it to:
_phptemplate_callback('views_list_VIEWNAME', $vars, array('views-list-VIEWNAME'));

Note the change from dashes to underscores in the first parameter.

Search for:
drupal_add_css(path_to_theme() .'/views-list-VIEWNAME.css');
and change it to:
drupal_add_css(path_to_subtheme() .'/views-list-VIEWNAME.css', 'theme');

Note the function name change in the first parameter.