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Thread: yz shadow and docklet question




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    i'm sorry if this may seem like a stupid question

    i wanted to try the y'z shadow and dock programs, and the directions say to just extract the files into a folder, and i do. but then when i click the exe file it says "[lots of random symbols] Language file (*.lang) is not found"

    what i find weird though is that the lang file is there, can anyone explain this to me? thanks
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    I'll explain it, just as soon as you explain what your talking about - I have NFI

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    I'm using Y'z Dock with no problems. Perhaps your download was corrupt.

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    Default Re: yz shadow and docklet question

    Ok, for those who come across this thread now, two years or so after it was started, do this.

    Once the files are extracted to the directory of your choice, if you run the exe and see the message described above, you need to create a new subdirectory called "Languages" and move the *.lang files into that directory.

    There you go!

    -cygnl
    http://www.davtar.org

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