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Add-on Manager

Copper Contributor
Posts: 197
Country: Canada

Re: Add-on Manager

Seems it's a bit hit and miss as I haven't had any luck getting it to work on my laptop.

Sharon Gillie
ACT! Certfied Consultant
ACT! Premier Trainer
Burlington, Ontario Canada
Copper Contributor
Posts: 41
Country: USA

Re: Add-on Manager

I was able to get it to load using matts version. 

 

Thanks...

Bob Lozinak
Twelve/Three Marketing, Inc.
Software Developer
Silver Elite Contributor
Posts: 3,310
Country: United_Kingdom

Re: Add-on Manager

Bob

 

Glad to hear it's now working.

 

Curious that once again the old version works but the new one doesn't

Jeff Granger
UK ACT! Specialist and Trainer

ACT Training Throughout The UK
www. bigbluemarketing.co.uk
Copper Contributor
Posts: 16
Country: USA

Re: Add-on Manager

I got the new file to work. Here's what I did:

Make sure ACT! is closed.

 

1. DELETE the old plug in file (Act.Plugin.Config.dll)

2. DELETE the DependentDlls.xml file

3. Add the new Act.Plugin.Config.dll file from the KB to the plugins folder

4. Right click the file and open the properties

5. UNBLOCK it at the bottom

6. Reopen ACT!

 

That worked for me on two computers we had issues with.

I hope this helps.

Kristen Ashburn
Liz Hendon Consulting, LLC
Kristen@LizHendonConsulting.com
New Member
Posts: 3
Country: USA

Re: Add-on Manager

y'all may thnk I am a nut, but I can not find the DependentDlls.xml file on my computer. Can some one direct me to the file?
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Posts: 3
Country: United_Kingdom

Re: Add-on Manager

Hi Brian,

The DependentDlls.xml file is located in the application data location in the Windows user profile.

Windows Vista/7/8:

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\ACT\ACT Data

Thanks

Mark