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                      2: <p><b>FAQ</b>
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1.2       david       4: <p><b>Q:</b> Why won't Aphrodite run on M17?
1.1       david       5: 
1.5       david       6: <p><b>A:</b> Aphrodite .04, currently the last stable release, was targeted to run on M16.  The development version of Aphrodite .05 is being created on M18
                      7: nightly builds and the official release of Aphrodite .05 will come out with the official release of M18.  Neither the stable or development version of Aphrodite
                      8: works with M17. To run Aphrodite, you must use either M16 or a nightly build of Mozilla.
1.1       david       9: 
1.4       david      10: <p><hr>
1.1       david      11: 
1.3       david      12: <p><b>Q:</b> Why won't Aphrodite .04 run on the Mac?
1.1       david      13: 
1.3       david      14: <p><b>A:</b> There was a bug with the way M16 handled cross-platform support of menus that was causing Aphrodite's menus to not show up when Aphrodite was run on
                     15: the Mac.  This is a known issue and we are trying to resolve it for the Aphrodite .05 release.  To find out more information, read through the Aphrodite mailing
                     16: lists and bugzilla.
1.6       petejc     17: 
1.7       petejc     18: <p><hr>
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1.6       petejc     20: <p><b>Q:</b> Why won't Aphrodite .05 launch on Windows?
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                     22: <p>
                     23: Here are some of the issues i've come across on windows.
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1.8       petejc     25: <p>
1.9       petejc     26: <b>A:</b> installed-chrome.txt has unix ^J characters where windows wants ^M. 
1.6       petejc     27: <br>Edit this file in notepad and delete the characters you see and replace them w/ a carrage return.
                     28: Aphrodite worked fine for me after i did this.
                     29: <p>
1.10      petejc     30: <b>A:</b> Using a shotcut and aphrodite icon to start up aphrodite.
1.6       petejc     31: <br>After you install Aphrodite, quit mozilla. Go to the bin directory where your mozilla nightly is installed and create a shortcut to mozilla and put in on your desktop.
                     32: <br>Right click on the properties of the shortcut and select choose icon. Go to the chrome\aphrodite\WIN folder and select the ico for your icon(thanks John Dobbins). For your Target path you will need to enter. 
                     33: <br>
                     34: "c:\some\path\to\mozilla.exe" -console -chrome chrome://theme_builder/content/install.xul
                     35: <br>After you finish the Aphrodite install Aphrodite will launch for you.
                     36: <br>After this, edit this Target again and remove "install.xul". You no longer need it.
                     37: Then Aphrodite should run fine from now on.
1.11    ! petejc     38: <p>
        !            39: <b>A:</b> Or if you are comfortable using a command prompt, you can launch Aphrodite like this:
1.6       petejc     40: <br>mozilla.exe -console -chrome chrome://aphrodite/content/install.xul
                     41: <br>Then
                     42: <br>mozilla.exe -console -chrome chrome://aphrodite/content/
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