Due to discovering that MathML rendering in Sigil was broken on Windows, new Windows installers were uploaded to this release. If you downloaded Sigil 1.5.1 for Windows before April 1, 2021, you should download the installer again to get the fix (please use the posted--and updated--checksum file to ensure you have the official version). It was literally a two-line change to one file to fix the issue (on Windows only), so a new release was deemed unnecessary. I'm also posting the patch that can be applied to the original Sigil 1.5.1 source for any who may wish to build their own. Again: this only applies to MathML rendering on the Windows platform. If you don't use MathML, or are not on the Windows platform, feel free to continue to use the version of Sigil you have installed. Sorry for any inconvenience
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If Oracle Database (Release 11 or later) is also installed, a version of SQL Developer is also included and is accessible through the menu system under Oracle. This version of SQL Developer is separate from any SQL Developer kit that you download and unzip on your own, so do not confuse the two, and do not unzip a kit over the SQL Developer files that are included with Oracle Database. Suggestion: Create a shortcut for the SQL Developer executable file that you install, and always use it to start SQL Developer.
A DETH-based editor for ZDoom that runs in a DOS box. Comes with minimal documentation. If you don't already know how to use DETH, you should go find a good tutorial that explains it. If you plan on doing any ACS scripting, you should be sure to also download ACC below.
Download the lmhostid utility for SGI and run it on your system. Compare the output hostid number with the hostid number in your $ICMHOME/license.dat file. They must be the same. e.g. cd ___the_path_where_you_download_the_lmhostid_utility___ chmod a+x lmhostid ./lmhostid Set the flexlm diagnostic system variable to see which license file ICM will use on startup by executing the command setenv FLEXLM_DIAGNOSTICS 3 # if you use c-shell or FLEXLM_DIAGNOSTICS=3; export FLEXLM_DIAGNOSTICS; # if you use bash/sh shell
The changes of external storage APIs in Android 11 cause some problems with thecurrent implementation. I decide to re-design this plugin with new strategy tomanage download file location. It is still in triage and discussion in thisPR. It isvery appreciated to have contribution and feedback from Flutter developer to getbetter design for the plugin.
Get a program called Winrar (google it, its free) then double click on the .zip file . Then a window will come up with the Jar file you are looking for :) Then you can do what the above tutorial says^^
I can't find the .jar file itself, inside minecraft.zip is ten million png files, and I don't know where to move them to or what to do with them. Just moving all the contents of the zip file to .minecraft/bin doesn't work, though
You can do it in Linux - infact, I find it alot easier than on Windows. :3Open your Home folder (Home=your username).Choose "View" from the top menus and select "Show Hidden Files" (or just use Ctrl+H).Now scroll down to the M's and find ".minecraft".Or, an easier way; while you're in your Home folder, use Ctrl+L to edit the filepath and type in "/.minecraft".Now that you've found your minecraft folder (I'm assuming you did find it), it's the same instructions above... switch out minecraft.jar with the new 1.9 minecraft.jar, blah blah stuff.hth
open it with winrar than click "file"from the toolbar than save archive copy as... change the name to "minecraft.jar" and go to the "start"buton and serch for %appdata% than find ".minecraft" than find the folder named "bin" than drag the new minecraft.jar to the folder and its done