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Installation order for Extensions

Thread began 3/27/2010 7:53 pm by Douglas.DeAvila403969 | Last modified 3/30/2010 9:35 am by Douglas.DeAvila403969 | 966 views | 2 replies |

Douglas.DeAvila403969

Installation order for Extensions

What the best order for installing extensions? I'm finding that when installing about two the third one says that there is a newer version of the files for many files so I have to click on No many time to no replace a new version of a file with an old one...

Please advise...

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neilo

Hiya Douglas,

The official advice is to always click 'Yes to all' - the files you are installing will be duplicates of the ones being overwritten anyway, regardless of date.

If you click 'no' each time, you could end up doing it a couple of hundred times with some extensions!

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Douglas.DeAvila403969

Installation order for extensions

Sounds good to me...I will just click "Yes to All"...It might be a good idea to include this in the installation instructions...

Doug

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