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[Solved]: Mod Pack folder-File Structure
« on: December 05, 2009, 09:35:56 am »

OK, I already know I am going to get yelled at for this question, BUT I don't want to crash my clients current setup! I am a brand new user so "please forgive me".

I read the README and followed the links and I guess I am just paranoid or not as coppermine smart yet  ;).

OK, when you say unpack the archive and leave the folder structure intact, does that mean extract the stramm_mod1.4.24.bridge into my coppermine (which my client called photogallery) and upload that whole stramm_mod1.4.24.bridge folder OR does it mean I should add/overwrite each file/folder/directory and overwrite those files in each respective folder and root?

Sorry for my newbiness and thanks for the great mod and help!
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Re: Mod Pack folder-File Structure
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2009, 09:39:33 am »

Download the modpack and unpack it. Upload the files and folders into your gallery root (if this is htdocs/client/photography then use that). These files already exist (original coppermine files) so you'll have to overwrite them.

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Re: Mod Pack folder-File Structure
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2009, 06:49:11 am »

Thank you Stramm! very easy once I knew where to put them and run the update!
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