Re: I've messed up my PCGen somehow
I will check into it tomorrow. My pc is not not booting up. I let it
put it in the home directory. I will try to reinstall it and see
where it puts them. But it should go into the default directory.
I'll let you know tomorrow.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Syndaryl <smirle4498@r...> wrote:
> --- Cal Westray <calwestray@y...> wrote:
> > But on the pc that I had the problems on? No difference. Same
> > problems. There MUST be some files or settings somewhere that's
> > outside of the pcgen folder that affects the program. Or there
> > some mapping problems where it can't find the files/components.
> > Maybe the PC doesn't know where to look, or doesn't know what to
> > with the file.
> Unless you specifically told PCGen to put the preferences file
> of the PCGen folder, there are NO files outside that folder
> PCGen itself.
> Check to make sure all the directories and files unzipped correctly
> inside the PCGen folder.
> > Any thoughts? I'd appreciate any help.
> > I'd really like to use this wonderful tool. But I don't know
> > went wrong.
> There are two other things that interact with PCGEN:
> 1) Java
> 2) Your operating system.
> Do you have the same version of Java on both machines? You may
> want to use the absolute latest/greatest version of java.
> If you're using windows, use the batch file (pcgen.bat) to start
> are there any messages printed in the black window that opens with
> PCGen? those are very important to determine what's going on.
> You can capture those messages by right-clicking in the black
> pick Select All, then right click again. Everything is now copied.
> Paste it into an email for us to look at.
> Also - do you have antivirus or antispyware software? and did you
> it running while you reinstalled Java and scoured your computer?
> "I hit him so hard he fell off the Internet." - Penny Arcade