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    posted a message on ClassTimer - Official thread
    Quote from Ominous »

    is this just happening with this mod or every ace2 one? and are you using svn or files

    Other ace2 mods unzip just fine, no problem with them. I'm updating with MacAceUpdater (http://code.google.com/p/macaceupdater/) and it uses http://files.wowace.com/ as a source for the zip files.
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    posted a message on ClassTimer - Official thread
    Quote from Ominous »

    Quote from Morduk »

    On Mac I have a problem with folder names; when I unzip the package, inside the ClassTimer folder I get a lot of folders named line "Libs\AceLocale", "Libs\AceDB", "Libs\SharedMedia" etc..
    Found out that there should be only "Libs" directory and under it there should be directories named like "AceLocale", "AceDB", "SharedMedia" etc..
    This might be because of how the zip package is made (just my guess..), since on windows you have directories separated with backslash (C:\Program Files\Temp\) and on Mac it's slash (/Users/Morduk/)

    So Mac users have to do some manual fixing every time we update the ClassTimer to a new version.

    Otherwise the addon is great, thanks!

    i dont know what you mean

    I mean that when i unzip the ClassTimer.zip i get weird directory structure.

    ClassTimer
    --Bars
    --Locales
    --Libs\AceAddon <--- this is a directory name that actually contains a backslash sign
    --Libs\AceConsole <--- same here
    --Libs\AceDB <--- and here

    and so on..

    When it should be like this:

    ClassTimer
    --Bars
    --Locales
    --Libs <--- This is how it should be, directory name is Libs without any backslahes etc.
    ----AceAddon <--- And this is a subdirectory under the Libs directory
    ----AceConsole
    ----AceDB

    And so on..
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    posted a message on ClassTimer - Official thread
    On Mac I have a problem with folder names; when I unzip the package, inside the ClassTimer folder I get a lot of folders named line "Libs\AceLocale", "Libs\AceDB", "Libs\SharedMedia" etc..
    Found out that there should be only "Libs" directory and under it there should be directories named like "AceLocale", "AceDB", "SharedMedia" etc..
    This might be because of how the zip package is made (just my guess..), since on windows you have directories separated with backslash (C:\Program Files\Temp\) and on Mac it's slash (/Users/Morduk/)

    So Mac users have to do some manual fixing every time we update the ClassTimer to a new version.

    Otherwise the addon is great, thanks!
    Posted in: General AddOns
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