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Re: First start crash with MacSword 2

Forgive me,
but I am lost.
I have tried to do what was suggested here but I don't think I'm doing it right.
I have the modules but can't get them running on Macsword. I have tried to drag and drop them into the module installer but it doesn't work. Perhaps I don't know how to "unpack" the downloaded modules.
Can you help?
Thanks. David.
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Re: First start crash with MacSword 2

Please check out this thread:
http://www.crosswire.org/forums/mvnforum/viewthread_thread,578


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Re: First start crash with MacSword 2

Some additional info:
You can't drag & drop manually downloaded modules into the module installer. I can't remember suggesting this in the forum here.

Generally there are two options to install modules:
1. you download them manually, unzip them and put copy the .swd file(s) to the folder:
/Users/<yourlogin>/Library/Application Support/Sword

2. you use the module installer from within MacSword
Therefore you need to refresh your install sources, select the modules you want to install by choosing the "install" task. Then click on "process tasks" in the toolbar.
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