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Re: tswebeditor-20060212

Author rhpot1991
Full name John
Date 2006-03-01 05:47:47 PST
Message That worked thanks.

-John

>Try to remove your settings directory.
>You can find the directory .tswebeditor in your app data
>directory (%appdata%\.tswebeditor).
>
>click on start, run and enter %appdata%\.tswebeditor. this
>will open the directory.
>
>thanks,
>thaler.
>
>>Trying to run the new tswebeditor-20060212 here. When I
>>extract and run from my desktop it runs fine. When I
>move
>>the files to 'c:\program files\tswebeditor\' I get this
>>error:
>>
>>"The system cannot find the file specified.
>>."
>>
>>The program then opens up, but is not fully loaded and I
>>have to end its task in order to close it.
>>
>>-John

Re: tswebeditor-20060212

Author thaj
Full name Thaler
Date 2006-02-17 05:20:22 PST
Message Try to remove your settings directory.
You can find the directory .tswebeditor in your app data
directory (%appdata%\.tswebeditor).

click on start, run and enter %appdata%\.tswebeditor. this
will open the directory.

thanks,
thaler.

>Trying to run the new tswebeditor-20060212 here. When I
>extract and run from my desktop it runs fine. When I move
>the files to 'c:\program files\tswebeditor\' I get this
>error:
>
>"The system cannot find the file specified.
>."
>
>The program then opens up, but is not fully loaded and I
>have to end its task in order to close it.
>
>-John

tswebeditor-20060212

Author rhpot1991
Full name John
Date 2006-02-13 06:22:12 PST
Message Trying to run the new tswebeditor-20060212 here. When I
extract and run from my desktop it runs fine. When I move
the files to 'c:\program files\tswebeditor\' I get this error:

"The system cannot find the file specified.
."

The program then opens up, but is not fully loaded and I
have to end its task in order to close it.

-John
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